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This dataset was developed as part of the Designing Sustainble Landscapes project led by Professor Kevin McGarigal of UMass Amherst and sponsored by the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (www.northatlanticlcc.org); for more information about the entire project see: http://www.umass.edu/landeco/research/dsl/dsl.htmlThis dataset was last updated 02/2017. The revised version incorporates the addition of a simplified version of The Nature Conservancy's Northeast lakes and ponds classification, visit https://www.conservationgateway.org/ConservationByGeography/NorthAmerica/UnitedStates/edc/reportsdata/freshwater/Pages/Northeast-Lakes.aspx for more details.This dataset represents terrestrial and wetland...
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The data are classified into descriptive categories for general analytic and cartographic purposes. 99 = Commercial/Industrial 4 = <0.25 acres/unit = "urban" 3 = 0.25 to 2 acres/unit = "suburban" 2 = 2 to 40 acres/unit = "exurban" 1 = >40 acres/unit = "rural Climate and land-use change are major components of global environmental change with feedbacks between these components. The consequences of these interactions show that land use may exacerbate or alleviate climate change effects. Based on these findings it is important to use land-use scenarios that are consistent with the specific assumptions underlying climate-change scenarios. The Integrated Climate and Land-Use Scenarios (ICLUS) project developed land-use...
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This layer represent the direction of housing density change in 2050 as compared to 2010. It was created by substracting bhc2050 from bhc2010. Negative values represent an increase in housing density (e.g. shifts from '2' in year 2010 to '3' in year 2050). 0 indicates no change. Positive values would indicate a shift to a lower (less dense) category (e.g. moving from '3' to '2') ICLUS v1.3 Housing Density for the Conterminous USA. The data are classified into descriptive categories for general analytic and cartographic purposes. 99 = Commercial/Industrial 4 = <0.25 acres/unit = "urban" 3 = 0.25 to 2 acres/unit = "suburban" 2 = 2 to 40 acres/unit = "exurban" 1 = >40 acres/unit = "rural Climate and land-use change...
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This data layer was created by subtracting is2050rclss (representing projections for year 2050 under a2) from is2010reclss (representing projections for year 2010) to create a difference in percent impervious surface layer. Negative values represent an increase in percentage by 1, 2, or 3 levels, 0 indicates no change, and positive values represent a decrease in impervious layers by 1 or 2 levels. Levels refer to the values, 1-7, of is2050rclss and is2010reclss created by reclassifying the source rasters such that 0%=1, 0.01-9.5%=2, 9.5-19%=3, 19-29%=4, 29-38%=5, 38-48%=6, 48-58%=7. Description from original file: ICLUS v1.3 Estimated Percent Impervious Suface for the Conterminous USA. Pixel values are projected...


    map background search result map search result map Terrestrial and Aquatic Habitat Map (DSLland), Version 3.1, Northeast U.S. Housing Density Change 2010 To 2050 Housing Density 2010 Impervious Surface: Projected Difference 2010 To 2050 Impervious Surface: Projected Difference 2010 To 2050 Housing Density Change 2010 To 2050 Housing Density 2010 Terrestrial and Aquatic Habitat Map (DSLland), Version 3.1, Northeast U.S.