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The Southern Arizona Buffelgrass Coordination Center (SABCC), a non-profit organization formed in 2008, was established by its partners in the public and private sectors to coordinate buffelgrass management across multiple jurisdictions in southern Arizona using an adaptive management framework that relies on public consensus, rigorous data management, prioritized science, and decision support models capable of simulating outcomes with different management strategies
Area of Expertise:Paleocology, Paleoclimatology, Plant Ecology, Climatology, Hydrology, Global Change, Phenology, Deserts, North America, South America
Efforts to control the invasive species buffelgrass are expanding across the city of Tucson. The School of Natural Resources and the Environment is involved at several sites including Tumamoc Hill and the Santa Rita Experimental Range. SNRE research specialist, Travis Bean is orchestrating the removal of buffelgrass from Tumamoc Hill on the west side of Tucson.
03/27/2008 - 10:00pm
Location:Tucson and Catalina Rooms, Student Union
Dr. Dan Simberloff, a renowned ecologist, will spend two days with SNR, March 26th and 27th, 2008. All are invited to join us for an evening with Dr. Simberloff at the Tucson and Catalina rooms of the Student Union, March 27th at 6 pm.
This is a great opportunity to meet a renowned ecologist who has made significant contributions to the field from island biogeography to invasive species.