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South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Version 2.2

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Creation
2017-10-16 20:16:22
Last Update
2017-10-16 20:16:22
Start Date
2017-01-01
End Date
2017-11-30
Start Date
2017-01-01 05:00:00
End Date
2017-11-30 05:00:00

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Rua Mordecai(Principal Investigator), South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), 2017-10-16(creation), 2017-10-16(lastUpdate), 2017-01-01(Start), 2017-11-30(End), South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Version 2.2, http://www.southatlanticlcc.org/blueprint/

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The South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint is a living spatial plan to conserve natural and cultural resources for future generations. It identifies shared conservation priorities across the South Atlantic region. The fourth iteration of the Blueprint, Version 2.2, was released in November 2017. It used comparable methods and the same spatial scale as Blueprint 2.0 and 2.1, just incorporating updated information for many of the indicators. Version 2.2 was a completely data-driven plan based on ecosystem indicator models for terrestrial, freshwater, and marine environments, as well as a connectivity analysis. It used a 200 m spatial scale. More than 500 people from 150 organizations participated in the development of the Blueprint up [...]

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