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The C3SW Folder contains all of the items that pertain to the Southwest Region for FWC. The data are part of the Pilot Project for the Landscape Conservation Initiative.
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This layer represents the combined Priority Resources of the PFLCC and FWC and the Aggregated Priorities layer of CLIP 4.0. Included the combined layer is the 10 terrestrial Priority Resources (Non-marine) and the 6 Priority Levels (labelled 0 through 5 (lowest (0) to highest Priority (5) and Outside Prioritized Model (l -1) -- for a Total Possible Combinations of 70 (Total actual are 69). Each Priority Resource comprises 6-7 rows in the Attribute Table -- one row for each combination of Priority Resource and CLIP Priority.
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Our objective was to develop a species-distribution model using habitat associations that represent probability of suitable habitat for the species historical range and the range under climate change scenarios including a hot/dry prediction (MIROC3.2) and a cool/wet prediction (ECHAM5) and 1-m and 2-m sea level rise scenarios; urban growth was also inlcuded. Future model predictions were based on extrapolated data for two time steps in the 21st century: mid (2046-2064) and late (2081-2100). Species distributions were modeled with Maxent (Maximum Entropy presence-only algorithm); climate change scenarios were based on precipitation and temperature changes as applied to stream conditions (e.g., flow) modeled with...
External projects funded by the Peninsular Florida LCC.
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The Florida Marine Blueprint V. 2 depicts marine and estuarine priorities based on combined natural resource priorities, providing guidance for efficient and effective conservation planning and implementation. The FLMB Version 2 used six natural resource datasets to prioritize area of natural habitats in Florida’s EEZ extent. The datasets comprised 19 separate spatial feature layers acquired through a variety of monitoring and management organizations. Spatial layers represent vital conservation and/or management data, such as endangered and threatened species (i.e., critical habitat), overall species richness in estuarine habitats, commercially and recreationally important species (i.e., essential fish habitat),...
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The Florida Marine Blueprint V. 2 depicts marine and estuarine priorities based on combined natural resource priorities, providing guidance for efficient and effective conservation planning and implementation. The FLMB Version 2 used six natural resource datasets to prioritize area of natural habitats in Florida’s EEZ extent. The datasets comprised 19 separate spatial feature layers acquired through a variety of monitoring and management organizations. Spatial layers represent vital conservation and/or management data, such as endangered and threatened species (i.e., critical habitat), overall species richness in estuarine habitats, commercially and recreationally important species (i.e., essential fish habitat),...
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This layer represents PFLCC's Priority Resource: High Pine and Scrub. Land covers included in the High Pine and Scrub Priority Resource are Coastal Scrub, Oak Scrub, Rosemary Scrub, Sand Pine Scrub, Sandhill, Scrub, Upland Coniferous, Upland Mixed Woodland, and Upland Pine. The land covers are then further refined using priorities 1 and 2 from CLIP 4.0 Aggregated Priorities model. The Aggregated Priorities model, which combines conservation priorities from the Biodiversity, Landscapes, and Surface Waters Resource Priority models, and the underlying CLIP Core Data layers. Priorities range from 1 (highest priority) to 5 (lowest). Florida Natural Areas Inventory and the University of Florida Center for Landscape Conservation...
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This map shows the Main Conservation Layers (Priorities P1 and P2, and Connectivity - Hubs and Connectors) for Blueprint Version 1.3. P1 and P2 represent 'Highest" and 'High' Landscape Priorities, respectively. Blueprint V. 1.3 includes eleven Conservation Assets: nine terrestrial systems, and two estuarine: Coastal Uplands, Freshwater Aquatic (includes Lakes and Ponds, River and streams, and Springs), Freshwater Forested Wetlands, Freshwater Non-Forested Wetlands, Hardwood Forested Uplands, High Pine and Scrub, Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie, Working Lands (I and II), and the two estuarine resources - saltwater marsh and mangrove swamp. Additional Marine and Estuarine Conservation Assets are currently under development...
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This map shows the land covers (based on CLC 3.2) that are included in PFLCC's Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie Priority Resource. The Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie Priority Resource is derived from the CLC v. 3.2. The land covers are then further refined using priorities 1 and 2 from CLIP 4.0 Aggregated Priorities model. The Aggregated Priorities model, which combines conservation priorities from the Biodiversity, Landscapes, and Surface Waters Resource Priority models, and the underlying CLIP Core Data layers. Priorities range from 1 (highest priority) to 5 (lowest). Florida Natural Areas Inventory and the University of Florida Center for Landscape Conservation Planning. (See technical report at www.fnai.org/clip.dfm.).
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The Cooperative Land Cover Map is a project to develop an improved statewide land cover map from existing sources and expert review of aerial photography. The project is directly tied to a goal of Florida's State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) to represent Florida's diverse habitats in a spatially-explicit manner. The Cooperative Land Cover Map integrates 3 primary data types: 1) 6 million acres are derived from local or site-specific data sources, primarily on existing conservation lands. Most of these sources have a ground-truth or local knowledge component. We collected land cover and vegetation data from 37 existing sources. Each dataset was evaluated for consistency and quality and assigned a confidence category...
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These data represent the sum of P1 from CLIP 4.0 core data: Biodiversity, Natural Floodplains, Priority Natural Communities, Rare Species Habitat Conservation Areas, Strategic Habitat Conservation Areas, Recharge Areas, Significant Surface Waters, and Wetlands. Results are shown for sum of pixel values up to 6 (highest sum). For comparison, P1 of Blueprint 1.4 is also shown.
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This dataset has many data layers. They each represent the potential habitat for an individual species in Florida. These species habitats modeled in this dataset belong to species that have been designated to have conservation need. Potential habitat includes areas that have been occupied by the species and areas where occupancy is unknown based on available occurrence records. In 1994, researchers in the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission completed a project, entitled Closing The Gaps in Florida's Wildlife Habitat Conservation System (Cox et al 1994), assessing the security of rare and imperiled species on existing conservation lands in Florida. These biologists used a variety of species occurrence...
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The Cooperative Land Cover Map is a project to develop an improved statewide land cover map from existing sources and expert review of aerial photography. The project is directly tied to a goal of Florida's State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP) to represent Florida's diverse habitats in a spatially-explicit manner. The Cooperative Land Cover Map integrates 3 primary data types: 1) 6 million acres are derived from local or site-specific data sources, primarily on existing conservation lands. Most of these sources have a ground-truth or local knowledge component. We collected land cover and vegetation data from 37 existing sources. Each dataset was evaluated for consistency and quality and assigned a confidence category...
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Sea level rise projections produced by the University of Florida Geoplan Center. These projections measure sea level rise in meter increments up until 6 meters, the predicted sea level rise measure if both Greenland and the West Antarctic ice sheet melt.
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This dataset explores the physical reality of the population growth from 2005 to 2060 without changes to existing land use policy or gross urban density. The land use suitability analysis displayed in this dataset was performed by the GeoPlan Center for 1000 Friends of Florida and is a companion study to "A Time for Leadership: Growth Management and Florida 2060" prepared for 1000 Friends of Florida by researchers at Georgia Tech's Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. GeoPlan's project was undertaken using relatively straightforward geographic information systems (GIS) suitability analysis constructed on a foundation of clearly articulated assumptions. The three key assumptions were: 1)...
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The Florida Marine Blueprint V. 2 depicts marine and estuarine priorities based on combined natural resource priorities, providing guidance for efficient and effective conservation planning and implementation. The FLMB Version 2 used six natural resource datasets to prioritize area of natural habitats in Florida’s EEZ extent. The datasets comprised 19 separate spatial feature layers acquired through a variety of monitoring and management organizations. Spatial layers represent vital conservation and/or management data, such as endangered and threatened species (i.e., critical habitat), overall species richness in estuarine habitats, commercially and recreationally important species (i.e., essential fish habitat),...
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Dataset incorporates species locations and depicts species richness across the state of Florida by several governmental and non-governmental organizations (see full list below). This dataset focuses on the species that contribute to the general biodiversity of Florida’s ecosystems and are not protected nor do they have restrictions on their harvest.This raster dataset merges a variety of spatial datasets that focus on specific regions or species of Florida. Additionally, three of the datasets were separated and then recombined into larger datasets based on the species classification. This dataset depicts the biodiversity species classification from the smaller datasets. The species location datasets in this dataset...


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