Interpretation and Outreach
This research project will work with National Park Service staff from each of the participating parks to develop information materials for the public and increase awareness. Below you will find links to resource briefs and park-specific handouts.
Project Resource Briefs: 1-page overview of this multi-park project.
Park-specific Resource Briefs:
Handouts: Brief summaries of the analytical methods applied to each of the three project objectives.
This project includes funding to improve and extend the existing PikaNet citizen-science program, and to align PikaNet training and survey protocols with project goals. Information generated by citizens and researchers will be disseminated through the PikaNet database and website designed to present spatially referenced data to facilitate species management and expand citizen-science efforts.
Several NGOs and universities are already cooperating on the development of the PikaNet website and citizen-science volunteer training, including the University of Colorado, Colorado State University, Denver Zoo, Mountain Studies Institute, Center for Native Ecosystems and Craighead Environmental Research Institute.
For more information, contact Chris Ray (Email) or click on a link below: