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BLM NOC Integrating Multiscale Assessment Data to Inform Resource Management: The Escalante Watershed Case Study Story Map


The Escalante Watershed case study describes the application and integration of multi-scale geospatial data from the Colorado Plateau and Utah Landscape Assessment 2014 (Rapid Ecoregional Assessment or REA), Assessment, Inventory, and Monitoring (AIM), and Riparian Condition Assessment Tool (R-CAT) to help answer management questions. While REA provides broad-scale data and AIM provides field-scale point data, R-CAT, a geospatial tool designed at Utah State University, provides the middle ground reach-scale data. The Escalante watershed is a complex area with land managed by BLM, USFS, and NPS as well as privately owned land.

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