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This layer represents Private Conservation Lands from the Protected Areas Database of the US (PADUS). Part of the GAP Analysis, PADUS is a geodatabase that illustrates and describes public land ownership, managment and consercationlands nationally. The lands included are assigned conservation measures that qualify thier intent to mangae lands for the presercation of biological diversity and to other natural, recreational, and cultural uses.
BLM Special Mangement Areas (SMA) for Wyoming. SMA's are areas with varying special management designations for purposes of species/habitat protection, recreation, and other uses.
These connectivity areas correspond to the Version 3 core areas in Wyoming. They are closely linked to the core areas but are NOT core.
Transmission Lines / Powerlines for Wyoming. Primarily higher voltage, long distance transmission lines in Wyoming. Compiled by various sources and does not represent 100% of all Tranmission and Powerlines.
Additional documents pertaining to the Landscape-scale Energy Action Plan (LEAP) Expert Panel meeting held on March 14, 2012 in Lakewood Colorado. This meeting was held to introduce potential panelists to the LEAP project and discuss their role in the development process. Documents include a list of meeting participants; a draft list of Conservation Elements to be included in the Wyoming pilot Landscape-scale Vulnerability Assessment (LVA), some of which will be addressed by Expert Panels; and a list of spatial data sets that have been collected by the Wyoming and R6 offices for possible use in the LVA or related analyses.
Data set represents segments of the National Wild and Scenic River System for Wyoming wit ha 1/4 mile buffer around the line feature.
National Forest Inventoried Roadless Areas (IRAs) for Wyoming.
State Park boundaries for Wyoming.
Annual average wind resource potential for Wyoming at a 50 meter height from NREL.
The National Conservation Easement Database (NCED) is a collaborative venture to compile easement records (both spatial and tabular) from land trusts and public agencies throughout the United States in a single, up to date, sustainable, GIS compatible, online source. NCED shows a comprhensive picture of privately owned conservation easement lands in the U.S. This NCED layer clipped to Wyoming and current as of 7/1/2012.
Areas where final Critical Habitat for the Desert Yellowhead occur.
Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) are areas within the public land where special management attention is required to protect and prevent irreparable damage to important historical, cultural, or scenic values, fish and wildlife resource, or other natural systems or processes, or to protect life and safety from natural hazards. This layer represents ACEC's for Wyoming.
Dataset of all roads in the western US from the 2000 US Census Bureau 1:100,000 TIGER/line files clipped to Wyoming.
Areas where final Critical Habitat fot the Colorado Butterfly Plant occur in Wyoming.
LEAP GOEA models - nesting, foraging, winter foraging.
Land areas which have been designated unique and irreplaceable or have been designated rare or uncommon by the State of Wyoming Environmental Quality Council (EQC). Most individual land parcels were derived from Public Land Survey System (PLSS) section an quarter-quarter sections as described in the legal description of lands deemed unique by the EQC.
The National Easement dataset is an aggregate layer of conservation easements received from each state, used to identify, monitor, and enhance the spatial accuracy of restoration program polygons. This layer displays conservation easements for Wyoming.
Presentation given at the Landscape-scale Energy Action Plan (LEAP) Expert Panel meeting held on March 14, 2012 in Lakewood Colorado. This meeting was held to introduce potential panelists to the LEAP project and discuss their role in the development process.