CEMML researchers have expertise in supporting management of protected and listed species and ensuring compliance with federal and state laws and regulations.
Threatened and Endangered Species Services
- Planning and management support for species under various federal and state designations, including:
- Federal Threatened and Endangered species (Endangered Species Act)
- State Threatened and Endangered species
- State Species of Concern
- Species of Greatest Conservation Need
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Birds of Conservation Concern
- U.S. Forest Service Sensitive Species
- Bureau of Land Management Sensitive Species
- Population-level assessments of climate change vulnerability
- Ecosystem-based, adaptive management approach for building climate adaptation strategies to protect threatened and endangered species.
- Section 7 consultation support and preparation of associated documents such as biological assessments.
Other CEMML Natural Resources Management Services
Latest CEMML Stories
The elusive band-rumped storm petrel or ‘ake’ake, a small, endangered sea bird, is a difficult species to track. However, thanks to the help of conservation detection dogs, the Pōhakuloa Training Area (PTA) Natural Resource staff in Hawaii, in partnership with CEMML, have been successfully identifying the bird’s burrows since 2015.
As a long-time provider of natural and cultural resource management services to the federal government, CEMML accounted for over 22% of Colorado State University’s overall research spending in fiscal year 2022.
CEMML Archaeologists were investigating a site at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin when they came across nearly a dozen small lead balls spread across approximately half of the 1.5-acre site area. The lead balls were likely shrapnel from an artillery projectile fired sometime around World War I.
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