The Right Science in the Right Places
Pacific Region

Science Applications

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The Science Applications Program works to facilitate use of the best science available to address threats to native plants, animals and their habitats.


Conservation in a Changing Climate

Strategic Plan coverThe Changing Climate is accelerating threats, Like habitat loss and water scarcity to our fish and wildlife and natural systems - making it all the more important that that we work together to conserve American's natural heritage for the future

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Landscape Conservation Cooperatives

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives MapLCCs are self directed science and conservation Planning partnerships in a specific geographic region. LCC partners build on existing regional capacities to more effectively protect our fish and wildlife resources for future generations.

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Strategic Habitat Conservation

SHC Elements: Biological Planning, Conservation Design, Delivery, Monitoring, and ResearchStrategic habitat conservation is a way of thinking and of doing business that requires us to set biological goals for priority species populations, allows us to make strategic decisions about our work, and encourages us to constantly reassess and improve our actions.

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USFWS Scientific Journals

Journal of Fish & Wildlife Management CoverThe Fish and Wildlife Service publishes two journals on the practical application and integration of science to wildlife conservation and management - the new Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management and the revitalized North American Fauna monograph series.

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Last updated: June 27, 2011
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