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This data layer represents a potential Conservation Target (CT) for PFLCC's Priority Resource (PR): High Pine and Scrub. The potential CT shown here is the Red-cockaded Woodpecker (RCWs). RCWs were once common throughout the southeastern coastal plain, but are now a federally endangered species -- largely because of loss of its preferred habitat -- the longleaf pine ecosystem. The High Pine and Scrub PR is an important component of RCW recovery, and presence of this woodpecker may indicate a healthy high pine community. This layer was created for an initial investigation of potential CTs suggested by stakeholders during brainstorming workshops. The initial investigation entails locating available datasets to address...
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This data layer represents the priority rare species and habitats that lie with PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource. The analysis was performed with the Florida Natural Areas Inventory's (FNAI) Florida Habitat model that was designed to identify areas important for species habitat based on both species rarity and richness -- FNAI mapped occurrence-based potential habitat for 281 species of plants, invertebrates, and vertebrates, including aquatic species. The metadata for PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource can be found in the map of the same name. The FNAIHAB model was designed to identify areas important for species habitat based on both species rarity and species richness. FNAI mapped occurrence-based...
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These data represent a potential Conservation Target for the Working Lands Priority Resource for the PFLCC. The potential Conservation Target shown is Wildlife Compatibility within Working Lands. Available data that address this aspect of Working Lands are the Vertebrate Species Richness produced by the Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) and available from their website as part of the CLIP 4.0 geodatabase.
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This map shows the Main Conservation Layers (Priorities P1 and P2, and Connectivity) for Blueprint Version 1.2. P1 and P2 represent 'Highest' and 'High' Landscape Priorities, respectively. Blueprint V 1.2 includes ten Priority Resources: nine terrestrial systems and one ecological process: Coastal Uplands, Freshwater Aquatic, Freshwater Forested Wetlands, Freshwater Non-Forested Wetlands, Hardwood Forested Uplands, High Pine and Scrub, Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie, Working Lands (both I and II), and the ecological process, Connectivity. Land covers included in terrestrial Priority Resources were derived from the Cooperative Land Cover (CLC) Version 3.2 (completed in December 2016). Priority Terrestrial PRs were...
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These data represent a potential Conservation Target for the Working Lands Priority Resource of the PFLCC. The potential Conservation Target for Working Lands is Configuration or Landscape Integrity. Two data sets are included that address different aspects of configuration for our Priority Resources. The CLIP 4.0 Landscape Integrity Priority layer provides a measure of Landscape Integrity at the largest scale, putting the integrity of Working Lands within context of the overall landscape integrity of the natural habitats of the region. For additional metadata on The CLIP 4.0 data see the CLIP 4.0 data gallery located within the PFLCC Community. The Nature Conservancy also evaluated landscape integrity at...
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This data layer represents the boundary of the National Key Deer Refuge. The National Key Deer Refuge is a 8,542-acre National Wildlife Refuge located on Big Pine Key and No Name Key in the Florida Keys in Monroe County, Florida
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This data set shows PFLCC's Freshwater Forested Wetland Priority Resource along with amphibian species taken from the 2011 Atlas of Reptiles and Amphibians (FWC) which shows occurrence records based on FWC data. Sensitive Species were selected (based on the Masters Thesis of J. Surdick, Jr, 2005 (University of Florida) that determined amphibian species.
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This map represents a potential Conservation Target (CT) for PFLCC's 'Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie' (PFDP) Priority Resource (PR). The potential CT is Landscape Configuration. . This layer was created for an initial investigation of potential CT's suggested at brainstorming workshops. The initial investigation entails locating available datasets to address the suggested CT as closely as possible and performing minimal analyses to determine their usefulness. The final set of CT's and their associated datasets will be chosen after targets (e.g., endpoints) are established as a threshold for achieving a conservation success for that CT. The available data layer to address landscape configuration is CLIP 4.0 core...
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This layer shows the most recent sea turtle nesting data for Loggerhead Sea Turtles in Florida. These data were evaluated as a potential Conservation Target, orbiological indicator, for the Coastal Uplands Priority Resource. Sea turtle nesting data does not provide a good biological indicator because they show a high degree of philopatry to nesting beaches. Input: The State of Florida, through the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, coordinates the Statewide Nesting Beach Survey program (SNBS). The SNBS was initiated in 1979 under a cooperative agreement between FWC and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Its purpose is to document the total distribution, seasonality,...
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These data represent the Working Lands Priority Resource (PR) for the PFLCC. Working Lands were delineated by extracting forestry and agriculture related land covers from the Cooperative Land Cover v. 3.2 (December 2016) and then refined using CLIP 4.0 Aggregated Model. The Critical Lands and Waters Identification Project (CLIP) is a collection of spatial data that identify statewide priorities for a broad range of natural resources in Florida. For additional information and metadata regarding the CLIP project see the Critical Lands and Waters Identification Project gallery found on the PFLCC’s Conservation Planning Atlas website (https://pflcc.databasin.org/galleries/47674f339d6d4780b2d17d0ec89bea1f). Working...
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This data layer represents a potential Conservation Target for PFLCC's 'Hardwood Forested Uplands' Priority Resource (PR). The potential CT is Fire Regime. These layers were created for an initial investigation of potential CT's suggested at brainstorming workshops. The initial investigation entails locating available datasets to address the suggested CT as closely as possible and performing minimal analyses to determine their usefulness. The final set of CT's and their associated datasets will be chosen after targets (e.g., endpoints) are established as a threshold for achieving conservation success for that CT. Currently the USGS Landfire (also known as the Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools)...
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This layer shows the results for initial analyses of the ' Connectivity' potential Conservation Target for the Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie (PFDP) Priority Resource (PR). Two datasets were used in this exploration of Connectivity: CLIP 4.0 Greenways, and the Local Connectedness layer, one of the core datasets in the Nature Conservancy's Resiliency Project. Each dataset provides a slightly different aspect of Connectivity. Each one of the potential data layers was masked using the PR raster to result in a spatial data layer of values within PFDP. Further information on these analyses can be found in Pine Flatwoods and Dry Prairie Initial Investigation of Conservation Targets webinar (pdf) found in this gallery....
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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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This datalayer shows the protected areas of PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource (PR). The Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) -- Florida Managed Lands (flma) GIS data layer (March, 2017) was used to assess the level of protection. The Priority Levels of the Connectivity PR are shown. For metadata on PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource, please see the map of the same name. FNAI - FLMA -- FLORIDA CONSERVATION LANDS (layer name FLMA): This is a polygon data layer for public (and some private) lands that the Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI) has identified as having natural resource value and that are being managed at least partially for conservation purposes. The term "Managed Area" refers to a managed...
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The data layer represents the predicted distributions of three wide-ranging species in Florida -- the Florida Black Bear, Florida Panther, and the Eastern Indigo Snake. PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource is based on the Florida Ecological Greenways Netword's Greenways layer -- Bear and Panther Connectivity are part of the consideration for the original layer. For metadata on PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource, please see the data layer of the same name in PFLCC's Connectivity Gallery. The predicted distribution for the Florida Black Bear and the Florida Panther were derived from the Wildlife Habitat Conservation Needs in Florida (see 2009 publication) but updated in 2016 with the Cooperative Land Cover Version...
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This layer shows the overlap of PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource with Florida's Priority Ecological Areas (PEAs). PEAs are areas of statewide ecological significance that are based on established GIS data for identifying areas important for conserving biodiversity and ecosystem services. PEAs are the base building block of the Florida Ecological Greenways Network that are used to help identify large, intact, and potentially functionally connected natural and semi-natural landscapes with higher ecological significance across the state.
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This map represents a potential Conservation Target (CT) for PFLCC's 'Hardwood Forested Uplands' (HFU) Priority Resource (PR). The potential CT is Connectivity. These layers were created for an initial investigation of potential CT's suggested at brainstorming workshops. The initial investigation entails locating available datasets to address the suggested CT as closely as possible and performing minimal analyses to determine their usefulness. The final set of CT's and their associated datasets will be chosen after targets (e.g., endpoints) are established as a threshold for achieving a conservation success for that CT. Two available data layers address this potential CT: CLIP 4.0 Greenways layer and TNC's Local...
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This data layer represents a potential Conservation Target for PFLCC's 'High Pine and Scrub' Priority Resource (PR). The potential CT is Fire Regime. The layer was created for an initial investigation of potential CT's suggested by PFLCC stakeholders at brainstorming workshops. The initial investigation entails locating available datasets to address the suggested CT as closely as possible and performing limited analyses to determine their usefulness. The final set of CT's and their associated datasets will be chosen after targets (e.g., endpoints) are established as a threshold for achieving conservation success for that CT. Currently the USGS Landfire (also known as the Landscape Fire and Resource Management...
This project entails creation and refinement of the conservation targets for the terrestrial Priority Resources for the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Potential Conservation Targets were developed through stakeholder Workshops held throughout the State of Florida in 2016/2017. Lists of potential CTs were generated through brainstorming and general discussion and stakeholders ranked the final list for suitability for using as a measure of Priority Resource health.
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This project entails creation and refinement of the conservation targets for the terrestrial Priority Resources for the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative. Potential Conservation Targets were developed through stakeholder Workshops held throughout the State of Florida in 2016/2017. Lists of potential CTs were generated through brainstorming and general discussion and stakeholders ranked the final list for suitability for using as a measure of Priority Resource health. The resulting list of potential CTs for the Freshwater Forested Wetlands Priority Resource were explored and the results were presented to the Freshwater Forested Wetlands team. The potential CTs were ranked according to the availability...


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