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This geodatabase contains the official boundary of the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership with State Boundaries. The boundary was originally developed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and was updated in 2020 to reflect revisions from the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership, a recognized Fish Habitat Partnership (FHP) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership.
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This map depicts the Rivers and Streams Conservation Asset for Florida with road barriers from the Southeast Aquatic Barriers Tool. The number of miles that could be gained through conservation action to remove obstructions are summarized by HUC12 watershed units. River/Stream Connectivity is an ecological indicator for the Landscape Conservation Project for Florida. The project entails a large-scale assessment of and planning for the health of important natural resources, known as Conservation Assets (CAs), in Florida. Conservation planning at the landscape scale provides a framework for safeguarding functional ecosystems, and their interconnected processes necessary to achieve true preservation of healthy resources....
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Fresh and Saltwater Connectivity This layer was one of the old South Atlantic LCC indicators in the waterscapes ecosystem. It was an index of dams preventing fish migration between rivers and the ocean. Fresh and saltwater connectivity was not performing well as an indicator and could not be used in Blueprint 2.0. This indicator was replaced in Blueprint 2.1 with a new migratory fish connectivity indicator. Reason for Selection Barriers to connectivity between rivers/streams and the ocean can strongly impact diadromous fish and alter natural movement of sediments, are easy to monitor and model, and are widely used and understood by diverse partners. Input Data Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project:...
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Index of fresh and saltwater connectivity This layer is one of the South Atlantic LCC indicators in the waterscapes ecosystem. To read more about the indicators and how they are being used, please visit the indicator page. Reason for selection Barriers to connectivity between rivers/streams and the ocean can strongly impact diadromous fish and alter natural movement of sediments, are easy to monitor and model, and are widely used and understood by diverse partners. Input Data Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Project: This project, a collaboration between The Nature Conservancy, the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership, and the South Atlantic LCC, identifies opportunities to improve aquatic connectivity...
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Please see the most recent version of these data at https://doi.org/10.5066/F73B5X59. This shapefile is the official boundary of the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership and includes state boundaries. The boundary was originally developed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and was updated in 2013 to reflect revisions from the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership, a recognized Fish Habitat Partnership (FHP) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership.
This item contains two datasets of SARP Conservation Opportunity Areas (COAs) as determined by the SARP Steering Committee and SARP Coastal Committee. To determine inland COAs, each Member State within the Steering Committee has selected 5 inland HUC 8 basins to be designated as SARP COAs. In addition, the SARP Coastal Committee has designated Coastal COAs.
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This geodatabase contains the official boundary of the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership. The boundary was originally developed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and was updated in 2020 to reflect revisions from the Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership, a recognized Fish Habitat Partnership (FHP) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership.
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The objective of this project was to develop some basic stream classification attributes for the entire Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP) region and to provide more detailed attributes in the eastern section of the SARP geography (9 states: AL, FL, GA, KY, NC, SC, TN, WV, VA) where additional data and modeling capacity was available. The final product is a mapped dataset of information linked to the NHDPlus medium resolution hydrography that can be used to classify stream reaches.


    map background search result map search result map Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership with State Boundaries, 2013 Index Of Fresh and Saltwater Connectivity OUTDATED Indicator V 2.0: Waterscapes: Fresh and Saltwater Connectivity Ecological Drainage Units Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership, 2020 Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership with State Boundaries, 2020 SARP Conservation Opportunity Areas (COAs) Rivers and Streams - Connectivity Rivers and Streams - Connectivity Ecological Drainage Units Index Of Fresh and Saltwater Connectivity OUTDATED Indicator V 2.0: Waterscapes: Fresh and Saltwater Connectivity SARP Conservation Opportunity Areas (COAs) Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership with State Boundaries, 2013 Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership, 2020 Official Recognized Boundary of Southeast Aquatic Resource Partnership with State Boundaries, 2020