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Monitoring OHV Recreation in California Deserts DMG Resource Inventory and Monitoring Workshop Palm Springs, CA 30 January 2002 BLM California State Office Development Objectives Baseline Inventory Methods Monitoring Protocols Institutional Collaboration Database Management

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monitoring ohv recreation in california deserts
MonitoringOHV Recreation in California Deserts

DMG Resource Inventory and Monitoring Workshop

Palm Springs, CA

30 January 2002

BLM California State Office

development objectives
Development Objectives
  • Baseline Inventory Methods
  • Monitoring Protocols
  • Institutional Collaboration
  • Database Management

BLM California State Office

management objectives
Management Objectives
  • Establish Thresholds for Action
  • Meet OHV Trail Maintenance Needs
  • Restore Habitats

BLM California State Office

pathways to meet objectives
Pathways to Meet Objectives

Partnerships

Interdisciplinary Monitoring Teams

Technology Investments

Information Access

BLM California State Office

interagency partnerships
Interagency Partnerships

Baseline SurveysNRCS, USGS

Monitoring ProtocolsUSGS, CA Parks

Restoration NPS

TrainingUSGS, NGOs

BLM California State Office

interdisciplinary monitoring teams
Interdisciplinary Monitoring Teams

GIS Soils Botany Wildlife Biology Recreation Sociology

BLM California State Office

technology investments
Technology Investments

Digital Photography

Remote Sensing Data

High-Accuracy GPS Units

GIS Landscape Ecology Analysis

BLM California State Office

information management
Information Management

Website Information Access

Cross-Agency Data Sharing

Standardized Data Collection

Documentation and Analysis

BLM California State Office

baseline surveys
Baseline Surveys

SoilsJawbone-Butterbredt ACEC

Johnson Valley OHV Area

Chemehuevi Management Unit

BLM California State Office

baseline surveys10
Baseline Surveys

SpeciesDesert Tortoise

Bats

CulturalJawbone-Butterbredt Resources ACEC

BLM California State Office

monitoring protocols
Monitoring Protocols

T & E / Sensitive Species

Biological Diversity

Ecosystem Functions

Habitat Fragmentation

Restoration Techniques

BLM California State Office

t e sensitive species
T & E / Sensitive Species

Pierson’s Milkvetch

Mojave Monkeyflower

Mohave Ground Squirrel

Burrowing Owl

BLM California State Office

biological diversity
Biological Diversity

Ants

Herps

Raptors

BLM California State Office

ecosystem functions
Ecosystem Functions

Air Quality

Surficial Geology

Downstream Effects

Natural Vegetation Restoration

BLM California State Office

habitat fragmentation
Habitat Fragmentation

Route Proliferation

Seed-Eating Birds

Noxious Weeds

BLM California State Office

ohv trail inventory monitoring
OHV Trail Inventory & Monitoring

Statewide ProtocolInterface: GPS to GISCadastral Expertise

Dove Springs OHV Area Eagle Lake Field Office Ukiah Field Office

BLM California State Office

restoration
Restoration

Two Desert Teams

Three Plant Communities

creosote scrub

Joshua tree woodland

riparian woodland

BLM California State Office

needs
Needs
  • Diversify funding sources
  • Establish BLM monitoring teams Palm Springs and El Centro
  • Coordinate with BLM monitoring efforts in Nevada and Arizona