The CA LCC projects often can be classified into several of the identified topic areas and thus are listed more than once under the following topics. For simplicity sake, the projects are only listed under the two topic areas that they align with most closely though they may be relevant to more than two topic areas.

Adaptive Tidal Wetland
Restoration and Management

Alteration of Foraging Habitat for Migratory Birds in San Francisco Bay Estuary

Assessing the impacts of future climates and fire on hydrologic regimes

Avian Demographic Response to Climate Change

Building Habitat Connectivity for Climate Adaptation

California Climate Commons

Central Coast Climate-Smart Restoration

Change Scenarios on CA Rangelands

Decision support for climate change adaptation and fire management strategies for at risk species in southern California

Climate Change Adaptation
for Sierra Nevada Birds

Climate Science Alliance - South Coast

Climate-Smart Adaptation for Southern CA Wetlands

Confronting Uncertainty in Species
Distribution Projections

Decision support for meadow conservation in the Sierra Nevada Ecoregion

Pacific Coastal Fog: Using data assimilation techniques to develop ecologically relevant fog data sets

Effects of climate change on California tiger salamanders in the Central Valley

Effects of Climate Change on
Inland Fishes of California

Fighting drought with fire: Can prescribed fire increase forest resistance to drought?

Impacts of Climate Change on Ecology and Habitats of Waterbirds in the Central Valley

Incorporating the Geography
of Climate Change into
Conservation Planning

Landscape Connectivity and Climate Change Refugia Across the Sierra Nevada

Managing Adaptation for Coast Redwoods

Managing Sierra Nevada Meadows for Water Supply & Habitat Benefits

Maximizing Evolutionary Potential in Southern CA

Monitoring Wintering Shorebirds

North-Central California Coast and Ocean Climate-Smart Adaptation Project

Rare Plant Vulnerabilities
to Climate Change

Regional Strategies for Invasive Plant Management

San Francisco Bay Area
Upland Habitat Goals

Scenario Planning for South Bay Salt Pond Restoration

Sea-level Rise Modeling Across the California Salt Marsh Gradient

Structured Decision Making for Tidal Marsh Conservation in San Francisco Bay

Sustaining Healthy Ecosystems
in the Face of Sea Level Rise

Systematic Conservation Planning Training

The Environmental
Change Network

Tidal Marsh Bird Population and Habitat Assessment

Vulnerability and Monitoring for Tidal Marsh Bird Populations

Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning for National Forest Lands in Southern California

Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Strategies for Focal Resources of the Sierra Nevada