Baseline phenological observation of seasonal biological events

Project Goals â¿¿ The collection of phenology data would provide insight to year-over-year changes in the daily timing and extent of plant activity and reproduction.

The main project goal will be to monitor agaves and ocotillos on the order of once a week for one year in all three

Southeast Arizona Group (SEAZ) parks.

Phenology data would be input into Natures Notebook which is the National Phenology Network (NPN) interface to their data archive.

Photos will also be taken but will kept separately because NPN does not archive photos.

Public outreach materials will be created for SEAZ public websites, social media pages, and volunteers.

The phenology data would be paired with other data about the plant location and environment.

Static data would include:
Soil type, soil cover, slope, aspect, elevation, and surrounding vegetation.

Information for weekly visits would include:
phenology (leaves, flowering, abundance of flowers), phenology of neighboring plants (focused on greenness and stage of grasses), soil moisture, and visible evidence of animal activity.

The data collected along with rainfall would be used in a model to determine likely predictors of phenological change.

The phenology data will serve as a baseline for future monitoring, management, and research.
Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: National Park Service

Estimated Funding: $45,000


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Additional Information of Eligibility:
• Be a U.S.- or foreign-based non-profit/non-governmental organization (NGO), or a public international organization; or • Be a private, public, or state institution of higher education; or • Be a for-profit organization or business (noting there are restrictions on payment of fees and/or profits under grants and cooperative agreements, including those outlined in 48 CFR 30, "Cost Accounting Standards Administration", and 48 CFR 31, "Contract Cost Principles and Procedures"); and • Have existing, or the capacity to develop, active partnerships with thematic or in-country partners, entities, and relevant stakeholders including private sector partner and NGOs; and • Have demonstrable experience administering successful and preferably similar programs.

DRL reserves the right to request additional background information on organizations that do not have previous experience administering federal awards.

These applicants may be subject to limited funding on a pilot basis.

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Date Posted:
2018-07-11

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Archive Date:
2018-07-23



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