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Climate Stress Metric, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S.

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Creation
2017-06-22 19:38:40
Last Update
2017-10-20 20:36:36
Publication Date
2017-03-17

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North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(funder), Kevin McGarigal(Principal Investigator), 2017-06-22(creation), 2017-10-20(lastUpdate), 2017-03-17(Publication), Climate Stress Metric, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S.

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The Climate Stress Metric is one of a suite of products from the Nature’s Network project (naturesnetwork.org). Nature’s Network is a collaborative effort to identify shared priorities for conservation in the Northeast, considering the value of fish and wildlife species and the natural areas they inhabit. This dataset represents a measure of the estimated magnitude of climate stress that may be exerted on habitats (ecosystem types) in 2080, on a scale of 30 m2 cells. Cells where 2080 climate conditions depart substantially from conditions where the underlying ecosystem type currently occurs (the ecosystem’s “climate niche”) are considered to be stressed. Cells where the projected 2080 climate conditions are not substantially different [...]

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The Climate Stress Metric is one of a suite of products from the Nature’s Network project (naturesnetwork.org). This dataset represents a measure of the estimated magnitude of climate stress that may be exerted on habitats (ecosystem types) in 2080, on a scale of 30 m2 cells. Cells where 2080 climate conditions depart substantially from conditions where the underlying ecosystem type currently occurs (the ecosystem’s “climate niche”) are considered to be stressed. Cells where the projected 2080 climate conditions are not substantially different from the current climate niche in the Northeast region are considered to be under low climate stress. Areas with low or zero climate stress may be candidates to function as climate refugia; these are places where ecosystems and associated species can persist relatively longer, compared to typical locations where the ecosystems currently occur.
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