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Code to Analyze Occupancy Data for Dixie Valley Toads, Anaxyrus williamsi in Churchill County, Nevada from 2018 to 2021

-R code to create and fit dynamic occupancy models to Dixie Valley Toad survey data in JAGS and produce useful summaries of model results. This script will perform the Gibbs Variable Selection (GVS) using the initial set of environmental covariates, and then fit the "final" model using only important environmental covariates. The dynamic occupancy model is adapted from the model publishe

Science-based Management of Ravens Tool (SMaRT)

The Science-based Management of Ravens Tool (SMaRT) supports a science-based adaptive management framework that incorporates recent quantitative analyses and mapping products for addressing areas with elevated common raven (Corvus corax) numbers and minimizing potential adverse impacts to sensitive species, agricultural damage, and human safety (Dettenmaier et al. 2021). This is a web-based applic

Code to analyze Capture-Mark-Recapture data of San Francisco gartersnakes (Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia)

Code files "growth_analysis.R" -An R script to fit the von Bertalanffy growth model to growth data from San Francisco gartersnakes. The von Bertalanffy growth model is fit using JAGS software (Plummer 2003), and is based on the model presented in Armstrong and Brooks (2013). "survival_analysis.R" -An R script to fit the robust-design Cormack-Jolly-Seber model to capture-mark-recapture data from

poscrptR

poscrptR is a simple R package with the sole purpose of distributing a shiny app for predicting post-fire conifer regeneration. Learn more about shiny apps here.

Mojave Seed Menus: a new spatial tool for restoration software release v1.0

Mojave Seed Menus is a spatial decision-support tool designed to help land managers create suitable seed mixes for restoration sites, such as a burned area or other mapped spatial feature. The application provides coverage for the Mojave Desert ecoregion. Seed menus are based on a combination of habitat suitability models for 50 priority restoration plant species. Species are selected based on the