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These data represent an annotated training data for machine learned life history classification of the daily activity of dabbling ducks (f. Anatidae sf. Anatinae) using hourly GPS data. Each row of data represents a single GPS location for one of 5 species of dabbling duck. Note: the machine learned model was developed to be general across sf. Anatinae and does not include specific reference to the species included. That information is obtainable from the point of contact upon request. Each data record contains unique identifiers for individual bird, individual date of locations for an individual bird, and for individual location. Each record contains spatial, temporal and associated habitat information. Each record...
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This polygon feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese in 2011 by surveyed households in Grayling, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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Distribution of diving duck species habitat in coastal British Columbia showing relative abundance (RA) by season and overall relative importance (RI). RI is based on project region and not on the province as a whole. British Columbia has been collecting coastal resource data in a systematic and synoptic manner since 1979. Resource information is collected using peer-reviewed provincial Resource Information Standards Committee which include standards for data management and analysis
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This feature class describes areas used for ducks and geese harvesting in 2009 by surveyed households in Aniak, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This feature class describes areas used for ducks and geese harvesting in 2009 by surveyed households in Sleetmute, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This data release presents the data, JAGS models, and R code used to manipulate data and to produce results and figures presented in the USGS Open File Report, "Decision-Support Framework for Linking Regional-Scale Management Actions to Continental-Scale Conservation of Wide-Ranging Species, (https://doi.org/10.5066/P93YTR3X). The zip folder is provided so that other can reproduce results from the integrated population model, inspect model structure and posterior simulations, conduct analyses not present in the report, and use and modify the code. Raw source data can be sourced from the USGS Bird Banding Laboratory, USFWS Surveys and Monitoring Branch, National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration, and Ducks Unlimited...
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Distribution of dabbling duck species habitat in coastal British Columbia showing relative abundance (RA) by season and overall relative importance (RI). RI is based on project region and not on the province as a whole. British Columbia has been collecting coastal resource data in a systematic and synoptic manner since 1979. Resource information is collected using peer-reviewed provincial Resource Information Standards Committee which include standards for data management and analysis
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This polygon feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese in 2011 by surveyed households in McGrath, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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This polygon feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese in 2011 by surveyed households in Anvik, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
The Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) in the northern Great Plains contains millions of wetlands that provide habitat for breeding and migrating birds. Although conservation and management largely focuses on protecting habitat for nesting ducks, other wetland-dependent birds also rely on this region. Land managers want to know whether habitat conserved for ducks provides habitat for other species and how these habitats will be affected by climate change. A primary goal of this research has been to assist managers in conserving areas that will provide habitat to a broad suite of species. We considered how climate change is likely to affect land-use patterns and agricultural conversion risk. We then predicted how climate...
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Predictions of the number of upland nesting duck pairs (mallards, blue-winged teal, gadwall, northern pintail, and northern shoveler) that could potentially nest in the upland habitats of every 40 acre block of the Prairie Pothole Region (PPR). These predictions are based on the known maximum travel distances of hens from wetlands to their nest sites, and regressions (statistical models) created from 4 square mile survey data predicting the number of duck pairs that utilize every individual wetland in PPR during a “typical” breeding season. GRID CODE = Number of Duck Pairs: 1 = 0-10; 2 = 11-20; 3 = 21-40; 4 = 41-60; 5 = 61-80; 6 = 81-100; 7 = >100.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese by surveyed households in Ruby, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting.
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This polygon feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese in 2011 by surveyed households in Takotna, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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This feature class describes areas used for ducks and geese harvesting in 2009 by surveyed households in Lower Kalskag, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese by surveyed households in Galena, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting.
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The information and data presented herein serve as the supplement to the report, “Spatial Integration of Biological and Social Objectives to Identify Priority Landscapes for Waterfowl Habitat Conservation”. The purpose of this supplemental material is to encourage exploration of the methods used to develop the spatially explicit products presented in the report. The in depth step-by-step methodology is complemented with a geodatabase to facilitate future refinement of the model as new information becomes available in the future. To repeat the process of developing the spatially explicit products (or to create other composite spatial products by varying objectives and weights), follow the methodology described in...
Categories: Data; Types: Map Service, OGC WFS Layer, OGC WMS Layer, OGC WMS Service; Tags: Agriculture, American Black Duck, Biological Objectives, Black Ducks, Breeding Waterfowl, All tags...
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This feature class describes areas used for ducks and geese harvesting in 2009 by surveyed households in Chuathbaluk, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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Synopsis: This document details the Milk River Basin project, designed to produce innovative approaches to multi-species management in Southern Alberta. The Milk River basin contains a variety of ‘sensitive’, ‘at risk’, and ‘may be at risk’ species. The process of prioritizing the landscape for conservation and stewardship was driven by species inventories to identify known locations, and Habitat Suitability Index (HSI) models to delimit suitable key habitat for the 17 selected species. The construction of the models was limited to the available variables and resolution of the databases. For MULTISAR: the Milk River Basin Project area this was the quarter section, the resolution of the Native Prairie Vegetation...
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This feature class describes areas used for ducks and geese harvesting in 2009 by surveyed households in Stony River, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of ducks and geese by surveyed households in Nulato, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting.


map background search result map search result map Dabbling Ducks - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS) Diving Ducks - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS) The Milk River Basin Project; Habitat Suitability Models for Selected Wildlife Management Species No. 86. Alberta Species At Risk Report, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, 2004 HAPET - Breeding Duck Pairs (PPJV) Spatial Integration of Biological and Social Objectives to Identify Priority Landscapes for Waterfowl Habitat Conservation BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Aniak, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Chuathbaluk, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Galena, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Grayling, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Lower Kalskag, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in McGrath, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Nulato, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Ruby, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Sleetmute, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Stony River, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Takotna, Alaska. Data release—Decision-support framework for linking regional-scale management actions to continental-scale conservation of wide-ranging species Hourly GPS Locations, Associated Habitat Condition, and Annotated Life History State for Training Machine Learned Models of Waterfowl Daily Activity BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Stony River, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Takotna, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Ruby, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Grayling, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Nulato, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Sleetmute, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Lower Kalskag, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Galena, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Aniak, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in Chuathbaluk, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Ducks and Geese in McGrath, Alaska. Dabbling Ducks - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS) Diving Ducks - Coastal Resource Information Management System (CRIMS) HAPET - Breeding Duck Pairs (PPJV) Hourly GPS Locations, Associated Habitat Condition, and Annotated Life History State for Training Machine Learned Models of Waterfowl Daily Activity Spatial Integration of Biological and Social Objectives to Identify Priority Landscapes for Waterfowl Habitat Conservation Data release—Decision-support framework for linking regional-scale management actions to continental-scale conservation of wide-ranging species