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The New Mexico Pika Monitoring Project

Clarifying the effects of climate change on pikas through Citizen Science

The New Mexico Pika Monitoring Project

Working with a network of agencies and other citizen scientist-based pika monitoring projects around the West, the New Mexico Pika Monitoring Project will help to clarify the effects of climate change on pikas. More information on this project can be found at:
The New Mexico Pika Monitoring Project

 

Keywords:

Topic - climate change, alpine ecosystems, Rocky mountains, pika

Audience - agencies, nonprofit organizations, general public

Location - Pecos Wilderness New Mexico

Goals - education, management

 

Collaborators:
Seventh Generation Institute
National Park Service Pikas in Peril Program
Teton Science Schools
Denver Zoo

 

Contacts:
Bill Morris, Volunteer coordinator, Seventh Generation Institute email Bill Morris
  505-216-1150

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