Nature’s Benefits Working Group

  • Danielle Boudreau, Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Dr. Michel Boudrias, University of San Diego
  • Dr. Richard Gersberg, San Diego State University
  • Dr. Paul Kemp, University of San Diego
  • Dr. Alexandra Syphard, Conservation Biology Institute
  • Dr. Michael Wall, San Diego Natural History Museum

Nature's Benefits References

Bruzgul, J. and T.L. Root, 2010: Temperature and long-term breeding trends in California birds: Using an undervalued historical databaseA final project report from the California Energy Commission's Public Interest Energy Research Program. Publication number: CEC-500-2010-002. 33 pp, California Energy Commission.

Galbraith, H., R. Jones, R. Park, J. Clough, S. Herrod-Julius, B. Harrington, and G. Page, 2002: Global Climate Change and Sea Level Rise: Potential Losses of Intertidal Habitat for ShorebirdsWaterbirds,25, 173-183.

Harley, C.D.G., A.R. Hughes, K.M. Hultgren, B.G. Miner, C.J.B. Sorte, C.S. Thornber, L.F. Rodriguez, L. Tomanek, and S.L. Williams, 2006: The impacts of climate change in coastal marine systemsEcology Letters9, 228-241, doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2005.00871.x.

Hollowed, A.B., R.J. Beamish, T.A. Okey, and M.J. Schirripa, 2008: Forecasting climate impacts on future production of commercially exploited fish and shellfish. 101 pp, PICES Scientific Report No. 34.

King, P.G., A.R. McGregor, and J.D. Whittet: The economic costs of sea-level rise to California beach communitiesA paper from the California Department of Boating and Waterways and San Francisco State University. 82 pp, California Department of Boating and Waterways, San Francisco State University.

Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Board, 2005: Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Synthesis. 137 pp, Washington D.C.: Island Press.

Parmesan, C., 2006: Ecological and evolutionary responses to recent climate changeAnnual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 37, 637-669, doi: 10.1146/annurev.ecolsys.37.091305.110100.

Preston, K.L., and J.T. Rotenberry, 2007: California State Department of Transportation and Center for Conservation Biology: WRC MSCHP Niche Model Task Order. 212 pp + appendices, Center for Conservation Biology, UC Riverside.

Principe, Z., J.B. MacKenzie, B. Cohen, J.M. Randall, W. Tippets, T. Smith, and S.A. Morrison, 2013: 50-year climate scenarios and plant species distribution forecasts for setting conservation priorities in southwestern California. 43 pp, The Nature Conservancy of California.

Raheem, N., J. Talberth, S. Colt, E. Fleishman, P. Swedeen, K.J. Boyle, M. Rudd, R.D. Lopez, T. O'Higgins, C. Willer, and R.M. Boumans, 2009: The Economic Value of Coastal Ecosystems in California. 43 pp, United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Scavia, D., J.C. Field, D.F. Boesch, R.W. Buddemeier, V. Burkett, D.R. Cayan, M. Fogarty, M.A. Harwell, R.W. Howarth, C. Mason, D.J. Reed, T.C. Royer, A.H. Sallenger, and J.G. Titus, 2002: Climate change impacts on U.S. coastal and marine ecosystemsEstuaries25, 149-164.