Species Ecology and Management

SERDP and ESTCP efforts are improving the understanding of the impacts of military activities on threatened, endangered, and at-risk species; developing the scientific understanding of the ecological characteristics and impacts of non-native invasive species; and developing and demonstrating methods and technologies for species management.

Active Projects List
Project Title Start Date

Scaling up from Individuals to Populations: Integrating Spatial Ecology with Multi-Locus Environmental DNA to Improve Detection and Estimate Population Parameters

Project Information
Project ID: RC19-1131
Principal Investigator: Dr. Caren Goldberg, Washington State University
SERDP Jan 2019

Development of eDNA Tools to Quantify Freshwater Mussel Abundance and Monitor Breeding Activity across Multiple River Systems

Project Information
Project ID: RC19-1156
Principal Investigator: Dr. Katy Klymus, U.S. Geological Survey
SERDP Jan 2019

Predicting eDNA Transport and Degradation in Flowing Waters: Application of a Conservation Tool using Integrated Experimental, Field, and Modeling Approaches

Project Information
Project ID: RC19-1276
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jennifer Tank, University of Notre Dame
SERDP Jan 2019

Region-wide Integration of UAS Technology into DOD Natural Resource Management through Demonstration, Coordination, Training, and Outfitting

Project Information
Project ID: RC19-5218
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jean Pan, NAVFAC Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center
ESTCP Jan 2019

Using Engineered DNA to Assess Spatial and Temporal Variation in eDNA as a Measure of the Temporal and Spatial Variation of Biodiversity

Project Information
Project ID: RC19-1004
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jose Andres, Cornell University
SERDP Jan 2019

Estimating the Density of Secretive, at-Rsk Snake Species on Department of Defense Installations Using an Innovative Approach: IDEASS

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201707
Principal Investigator: Dr. Brett DeGregorio, USACE ERDC CERL
ESTCP Jan 2017

Ecosystem Model Comparison at Multiple Scales and Sites

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201702
Principal Investigator: Dr. Melissa Lucash, Portland State University
ESTCP Jan 2017

Demonstration of Subsurface Passive Acoustic Monitoring (SPAM) to Survey for and Estimate Populations of Imperiled Underwater-Calling Frogs

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201706
Principal Investigator: Dr. Brett DeGregorio, USACE ERDC CERL
ESTCP Jan 2017

Demonstration of Aerial Detection Technology to Inventory DoD Installations for Threatened, Endangered, and at-Risk Bat Species

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201705
Principal Investigator: Dr. Eric Britzke, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
ESTCP Jan 2017

Ecosystem Model Intercomparison and Applications

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201703
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jinxun Liu, USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science Center
ESTCP Jan 2017

Transferring Translocation Science to Wildlife Conservation on DoD Installations: Demonstration of Environmental Enrichment and Soft Release Technology

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201616
Principal Investigator: Dr. Brett DeGregorio, USACE ERDC CERL
ESTCP Mar 2016

Demonstration and Validation of Automated Digital Videography for Inventory and Monitoring of Vertebrate Populations

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201617
Principal Investigator: Dr. Eric Britzke, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
ESTCP Mar 2016

Conspecific Attraction as a Management Tool for Endangered and At-Risk Species on Military Lands

Project Information
Project ID: RC-201615
Principal Investigator: Dr. Jinelle Sperry, ERDC CERL
ESTCP Mar 2016

Assessing White-nose Syndrome And Non-Stationary Changes On Bat Populations On And Near DoD Installations In The West

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2633
Principal Investigator: Dr. Sarah Olson, Wildlife Conservation Society
SERDP Jan 2016

Effects of Climate Change on Plague Exposure Pathways and Resulting Disease Dynamics

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2634
Principal Investigator: Dr. Tonie Rocke, USGS National Wildlife Health Center
SERDP Jan 2016

Leptospirosis in Endangered Island Foxes and California Sea Lions: Outbreak Prediction and Prevention in a Changing World

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2635
Principal Investigator: Dr. James Lloyd-Smith, University of California, Los Angeles
SERDP Jan 2016

Climate Changes Impacts on Fire Regimes, Plant Invasions, and Tick-Borne Diseases

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2636
Principal Investigator: Dr. Brian Allan, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
SERDP Jan 2016

Understanding Climatic Controls of Blacklegged Ticks and Lyme Disease: Experiments and Models to Quantify Risk in a Changing Climate

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2637
Principal Investigator: Mr. Richard Ostfeld, Cary Institute of Ecoystem Studies
SERDP Jan 2016

Effects of Climate on Host-pathogen Interactions in Chytridiomycosis

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2638
Principal Investigator: Dr. Corrine Richards-Zawacki, University of Pittsburgh
SERDP Jan 2016

The Role of Phenology and Phenology Change in the Transmission of Arthropod-Borne Diseases: Implications for Management on Military Lands

Project Information
Project ID: RC-2639
Principal Investigator: Dr. Sharon Bewick, University of Maryland, College Park
SERDP Jan 2016

Workshop Report:
DoD Southwest Region Threatened, Endangered, and At-Risk Species Workshop (2007)

 
Workshop Report:
DoD Southeast Region Threatened, Endangered and At-Risk Species Workshop (2007)

 
Workshop Report:
DoD Pacific Region Threatened, Endangered and At-Risk Species Workshop Report (2006)
 

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