San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project Uses Statistical Methods to Control Growth That Threatens Native Species

Sixty thousand acres of shoreline biodiversity was being threatened by an invasive plant. The impact of the invasive plant needed to be measured and restoration success needed to be monitored.

JMP® was used for visualization and analysis of the data gathered in monitoring and measuring the efficacy of the control work.

As a result, the invasive species is being controlled, and mudflats are accommodating native animals, including the endangered California Clapper Rail.

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