Mayacamas to Berryessa (M2B) Corridor Report: Shiloh Ridge to Mark West Creek

Mar 8, 2019 (Last modified Mar 15, 2019)
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The goals of this project report are to identify and classify the parcels comprising the landscape linkage between Shiloh Ridge to Mark West-Porter Creek, assess the potential climate adaptation benefits of enhancing the potential linkage, quantify conservation benefits unique to the sites, identify critical land management partners, and articulate potential next steps for linkage protection via habitat corridor conservation strategies to be implemented at the parcel scale. This report utilizes scientific data and local land management expertise to define a linkage between Shiloh Ridge to Mark West-Porter Creek. We quantify the climate adaptation benefits of habitat corridor protection and enhancement. These results build on advances in habitat, threat, and climate mapping at the regional scale to help identify and classify specific land parcels key to habitat connectivity. This report shows how regional connectivity assessments can be used to characterize this linkage network. It also provides a process that practitioners can apply to future sites of interest.
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19-03-08 M2B Shiloh Ridge to Mark West-Porter Creek Corridor.pdf