San Diego Management & Monitoring Program

Threats and Stressors
Recreation and Wildlife Study - Phase II

Project description

Implement a well designed study that integrates species monitoring with recreation monitoring to systematically assess recreation's direct and indirect effects on sensitive wildlife species, to improve the understanding of the trade-offs inherent in multiple-use management of reserves, and to ensure that NCCP reserves are providing the required levels of protection and achieving the goals of the NCCP program.

Project groups


Project Group: Recreation and Wildlife Studies

Project focus

Project type: Monitoring

Investigator: Kevin Crooks; Sarah Reed

Main implementing entity: Colorado State University

Partner: Adina Merenlender

Point of contact: Courtney Larson

Project Page manager: Sarah McCutcheon

SDMMP lead: Sarah McCutcheon

Study lead: Courtney Larson

Strategic elements

Budget year: pre FY15-1; Work plan objectives number: 5

Files and Documents

2019 Effects of Human Use of NCCP Reserves on Reptile and Mammal Species in San Diego

Author(s):Reed, Sarah; Larson, Courtney ; Crooks, Kevin