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The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (GSENM) is undergoing a Management Plan amendment that will integrate livestock grazing and rangeland management with the management of GSENM objects and resources. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is applying a broad scale approach to this planning process by analyzing regional trends observed for the Colorado Plateau (COP) Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REA) in relation to their distribution and status in GSENM. This Story Map looks at the following regional trend topics: Current Terrestrial Intactness, Habitat Connectivity, Road Density, and Sensitive Soils.
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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.


    map background search result map search result map BLM NOC REA Taking a Broad-Scale Approach to a Management Plan: GSENM Story Map BLM NOC Integrating Multiscale Assessment Data to Inform Resource Management: The Escalante Watershed Case Study Story Map BLM NOC REA Taking a Broad-Scale Approach to a Management Plan: GSENM Story Map BLM NOC Integrating Multiscale Assessment Data to Inform Resource Management: The Escalante Watershed Case Study Story Map