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NatureScape, Aquatic Appalachian LCC Final Watershed Scores

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Creation
2017-06-21 15:50:47
Start Date
2014-08-01 15:51:43

Citation

Clemson University(Principal Investigator), Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), 2017-06-21(creation), NatureScape, Aquatic Appalachian LCC Final Watershed Scores

Summary

Aquatic connectivity was modeled across the entire Landscape Conservation Cooperative geography at the catchmentand watershed scales. To evaluate aquatic connectivity, the density of dams and road crossings was used as these areknown to disrupt connectivity within aquatic systems. Connectivity data for dams and road crossings werecreated from the StreamCat database. The density of dams and roads was multiplied, at the catchment and watershedlevels, by the relative influence of each connectivity variable in the Boosted Regression Tree (BRT) models and then the connectivity variables were averaged. A single aquatic connectivity score was then assigned to each catchment. This aquaticconnectivity score was used to modify the boundary relations [...]

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applcc-009-shp-103_Aquatic_AppLCC_Final_WS_Scores.csv 42.05 MB
md_metadata.json 136.73 KB

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Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Distributor)

Purpose

The aquatic connectivity score was used to modify the boundary relations between catchments so that highly connected catchments were more likely to be selected together in optimization.

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  • applcc-shp-103

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urn:uuid urn:uuid e4aaee6d-e882-4ed5-8eda-ed11217982b7
adiwg adiwg applcc-009-shp-103

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