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Service Description: Land managers are considering ongoing and potential effects of climate and drought on natural resources to coordinate responses for the protection of ecosystems and their water supply, aquatic and riparian biodiversity, and other ecosystem services (Smith and Friggens 2017). Though climate vulnerability of these systems remains understudied (Mott Lacroix et al. 2017), the Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS) of the USDA Forest Service, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), and other organizations have developed assessments, tools, and methods for evaluating specific localities or the vulnerability for key ecosystem components. The Aquatic-Riparian Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment (ARCCVA) complements prior work with a regionwide vulnerability assessment of sufficient thematic detail to support natural resource policy and management prioritization, watershed assessment, monitoring systems, and to support effects analyses of landscape-scale projects. This work builds on an approach established by Smith and Friggens (2017) and adds additional indicators and spatial extent. by The ARCCVA satisfies some requirements of the Forest Service Climate Scorecard and partially fulfills the vulnerability assessment requirement of the agency’s Climate Adaptation Framework used to support the subsequent step of building an adaptation strategy. The ARCCVA includes subwatershed-scale reporting (HUC12) for all lands of Arizona and New Mexico along with watersheds that include Forest Service lands in the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles (Figure 1). The assessment was supported by existing data sources on over two dozen intrinsic and climate-related indicators associated with watershed condition, riparian and aquatic habitat, and the presence of warm- and cold-water fish.

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