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Assessing state-wide biodiversity in the Florida Gap analysis project

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Assessing state-wide biodiversity in the Florida Gap analysis project; 2002; Article; Journal; Journal of Environmental Management; Pearlstine, L. G.; Smith, S. E.; Brandt, L. A.; Allen, C. R.; Kitchens, W. M.; Stenberg, J.

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The Florida Gap (FI-Gap) project provides an assessment of the degree to which native animal species and natural communities are or are not represented in existing conservation lands. Those species and communities not adequately represented in areas being managed for native species constitute 'gaps' in the existing network of conservation lands. The United States Geological Survey Gap Analysis Program is a national effort and so, eventually, all 50 states will have completed it. The objective of FI-Gap was to provide broad geographic information on the status of terrestrial vertebrates, butterflies, skippers and ants and their respective habitats to address the loss of biological diversity. To model the distributions and potential [...]

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