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Dr. Stuart Stu Weiss

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Chief Scientist

Phone: (650) ***-****  HQ Phone
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Creekside Center for Earth Observation LLC
Creekside Center For Earth Observation LLC 27 Bishop Lane
Menlo Park , California 94025
United States

Company Description: Creekside Center for Earth Observation was founded in 2006 by Drs.
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  • Ph.D
  • PhD
  • S.B.
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Bay Checkerspot Butterfly Conservation | Creekside Center for Earth Observation
creeksidescience.com [cached]
[...] Waste Management," said Stuart "Stu" Weiss, Ph.D, consulting ecologist and chief scientist, Creekside Center for Earth Observation.
Monarch Winter Habitat Stewardship | Creekside Center for Earth Observation
creeksidescience.com [cached]
Stuart B. Weiss, PhD, CEO and Chief Scientist, Creekside Center for Earth Observation, stu at creeksidescience.com
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Weiss, S.B. 2011. Monarch Habitat Assessment for City of Pacific Grove, CA. Creekside Center for Earth Observation Report.
Weiss, S.B., and P.M. Rich.
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Weiss, S.B., et al. 2005. Topoclimate and microclimate in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico). World Wildlife Fund Report.
Weiss, S.B., and D.C. Luth.
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Weiss, S.B., P.M.
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Weiss, S.B. 1998. Habitat suitability, restoration, and vegetation management at Monarch Grove Sanctuary, Pacific Grove, CA, TRA Environmental Report.
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Stuart B. Weiss and Paul M. Rich to apply the latest science and technology to address challenging conservation problems.
San Mateo County -- County Managers Office/Clerk of the Board -- -- Butterflies Return to Edgewood County Park
www.sanmateomedicalcenter.org, 5 April 2007 [cached]
"It's a case of drive-by extinction," said Dr. Stuart Weiss, an ecologist with the Creekside Center for Earth Observations whose research uncovered the changes in soil chemistry."Ammonia is transported downwind and 15 to 20 pounds are absorbed per acre per year from the atmosphere….It's like giving it fertilizer."
Weiss, in front of a crowd of school children, public officials and volunteers, today released mature orange, black and white Bay checkerspots.He had earlier placed about 1,000 caterpillars at Edgewood that were taken from a separate population in Santa Clara County.
Bay checkerspots are listed as threatened on the federal Endangered Species List.The research and subsequent butterfly release were done with the approval of the federal Fish and Wildlife Service.
"It's time for a win on the endangered species front," Weiss said.
The butterflies began a steep decline at Edgewood about a decade ago.A lonecheckerspot caterpillar was spotted in 2002 and none in 2003.
Research led by Weiss and aided by other dedicated scientists, San Mateo County Parks and Recreation staff and volunteers showed that mowing and managing invasive Italian ryegrass allows native plants to return.
Stanford biologist ...
www.hcn.org, 6 April 2012 [cached]
Stanford biologist Stuart Weiss led a group of volunteers into the Edgewood County Park and Natural Preserve in central California to reintroduce 46 copper-and-cream checkerspot butterflies.
The Trail Companion -- December 97/January 98
www.trailcenter.org, 1 Dec 1997 [cached]
I'm told that our client hired "the best person at Stanford", Stuart Weiss, a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford in Conservation Biology, whose opinion was that there is no evidence of larvae, insect, or plantain population that would indicate the site is used by, or is particularly suitable for the Checkerspot.
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(Information for this article came from the following sources: Paul R. Ehrlich, The Butterflies of Jasper Ridge, from The Sciences, 11178; P Ehrlich, Machinery of Nature, 1986; Dr Stuart Weiss, Explaining Butterfly Booms and Busts, from Update, Spring 1997, a publication of the Center for Conservation Biology; California Plant Life, 1974, R. Ornduff- A California Flora and Supplement, 1968, R. Munz)
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