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Grants

Courtesy of Santa Cruz Puma Project, UCSC

University of California, Santa Cruz Department of Environmental Studies

Habitat fragmentation impacts on puma energetics, behavior, and ecology in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

In support of increased scientific knowledge of the effects of habitat fragmentation in the San Francisco Bay Area on mountain lion physiology, behavior, movement, and ecosystem impacts. Quality scientific data on fragmentation impacts on top predators will support both local and international efforts to maintain habitat connectivity. The grant will also leverage National Science Foundation funding to finalize and put to use a new wildlife collar, the Accelerometer Network Integrator for Mobile Animals.

Title: Habitat fragmentation impacts on puma energetics, behavior, and ecology in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Date Awarded: Aug 2010
Amount: $449,588
Term: 36 months
Grant ID: GBMF2622
Funding Area: San Francisco Bay Area, Conservation
Organization Name: University of California, Santa Cruz Department of Environmental Studies
 

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