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Projecting boreal bird responses to climate change: the signal exceeds the noise

Diana Stralberg; Steven M. Matsuoka; Andreas Hamann; Erin M. Bayne; Péter Sólymos; Fiona K. A. Schmiegelow; Steven G. Cumming; Samantha J. Song


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Ecological Applications 25:52-69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-2289.1</p>\n\n<p>Coordinate System<br>\n------------------<br>\nProjection: Lambert Conformal Conic<br>\nFalse Easting: 0.00000000<br>\nFalse Northing: 0.00000000<br>\nCentral Meridian: -95.00000000<br>\nStandard Parallel 1: 49.00000000<br>\nStandard Parallel 2: 77.00000000<br>\nLatitude Of Origin: 0.00000000<br>\nLinear Unit: &nbsp;Meter<br>\nDatum: D WGS 1984</p>\n\n<p>Summary<br>\n-------<br>\nThe boreal forest biome provides a resource-rich environment for breeding birds, supporting high species diversity and bird numbers. These birds are likely to shift their distributions northward in response to rapid climate change over the next century. We used a comprehensive dataset of avian point-count surveys from across boreal Canada and Alaska, combined with interpolated climate data, to develop bioclimatic niche models of current avian distribution and density for 80 boreal-breeding songbird species. We then used a downscaling of projected future climates to assess the potential for these species to change their distribution and abundance in response to climate change. Note that projections represent potential densities based on climatic conditions, land use and topography. They do not account for physiographic barriers such as the northern extent of the Rocky Mountains that may prevent colonization of otherwise suitable habitat. Therefore current species&rsquo; distributions may be over-estimated in certain regions, particularly in Alaska.</p>\n\n<p>Boosted regression tree models of species distribution were averaged across two sets of covariates (climate-only and &nbsp;climate + land use + topography), 11 bootstrap samples, and four global climate models. Mean projections and uncertainty estimates (coefficient of variation) are available for the current period (based on climate data from 1961-1990) and three future time periods (2011&ndash;2040, 2041&shy;&ndash;2070, 2071&ndash;2100). Climate data layers available at tinyurl.com/ClimateNA.</p>\n\n<p>Contact<br>\n-------<br>\nDiana Stralberg, University of Alberta (stralber@ualberta.ca)<br>\nBoreal Avian Modelling Project (borealbirds.ca)</p>\n\n<p>Project sponsors<br>\n----------------<br>\nBoreal Avian Modelling (BAM) Project<br>\nAlberta Biodiversity Management and Climate Change Adaptation Project</p>\n\n<p>Avian data providers<br>\n--------------<br>\nhttp://www.borealbirds.ca/index.php/data_partners<br>\nUSGS Breeding Bird Survey<br>\nBreeding Bird Atlases of Canada</p>\n\n<p>BAM founding organisations and funders<br>\n--------------------------------------<br>\nEnvironment Canada<br>\nUniversity of Alberta<br>\nCanadian BEACONs Project</p>\n\n<p>Financial supporters<br>\n--------------------<br>\nUSFWS Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act<br>\nVanier Canada Graduate Scholarships</p>\n\n<p>Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute<br>\nAlberta Innovates Technology Futures<br>\nAlberta Pacific Forest Industries Inc.<br>\nClimate Change and Emissions Management Corporation<br>\nJoint Canada-Alberta Implementation Plan for Oil Sands Monitoring<br>\nKillam Trusts<br>\nLandscape Conservation Cooperatives<br>\nNational Fish and Wildlife Foundation<br>\nUniversit&eacute; 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&nbsp;Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata)<br>\nBLPW&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Blackpoll Warbler (Setophaga striata) &Dagger;<br>\nBOCH&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Boreal Chickadee (Poecile hudsonicus) &Dagger;<br>\nBRBL&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Brewer&rsquo;s Blackbird (Euphagus cyanocephalus)<br>\nBRCR&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Brown Creeper (Certhia americana) &Dagger;<br>\nBTNW&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Black-throated Green Warbler (Setophaga virens)<br>\nCAWA&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis)<br>\nCCSP&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Clay-colored Sparrow (Spizella pallida)<br>\nCEDW&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)<br>\nCHSP&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Chipping Sparrow (Spizella passerina) &Dagger;<br>\nCMWA&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Cape May Warbler (Setophaga tigrina)<br>\nCOGR&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Common Grackle (Quiscalus quiscula)<br>\nCONW&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Connecticut Warbler (Oporornis agilis)<br>\nCORA&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Common Raven (Corvus corax) &Dagger;<br>\nCORE&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Common Redpoll (Acanthis flammea) &Dagger;<br>\nCOYE&nbsp;&nbsp; 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