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This raster map represents the presence/absence of predicted habitat of a single terrestrial vertebrate species. Since it is one of 602 species whose predicted distributions were modeled by SE-GAP, the processes used to create this raster map may differ from other species in this dataset. Processes were unique because while a majority of models incorporated land use/land cover data as the primary input, several other environmental features were incorporated for specific species depending on life history and habitat requirements noted both in published literature and expert review with biologists.
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This raster map represents the presence/absence of predicted habitat of a single terrestrial vertebrate species. Since it is one of 602 species whose predicted distributions were modeled by SE-GAP, the processes used to create this raster map may differ from other species in this dataset. Processes were unique because while a majority of models incorporated land use/land cover data as the
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Summary This layer is an input layer for one of the South Atlantic LCC indicators in the “pine woodlands, savannas, and prairies” category. To read more about the indicators and how they are being used, please visit the indicator page (http://www.southatlanticlcc.org/page/indicators). Description Bachman's and Henslow's sparrow habitat distribution models were developed by the SE GAP analysis group and the Designing Sustainable Landscapes project . For these models, the expert opinion and natural history of southeastern bird species, summarized by Hamel (1992), were matched with SE GAP land cover classifications, mapped in 2000, to determine potential presence or absence of species. Data show potential distribution...
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This raster map represents the presence/absence of predicted habitat of a single terrestrial vertebrate species. Since it is one of 602 species whose predicted distributions were modeled by SE-GAP, the processes used to create this raster map may differ from other species in this dataset. Processes were unique because while a majority of models incorporated land use/land cover data as the primary input, several other environmental features were incorporated for specific species depending on life history and habitat requirements noted both in published literature and expert review with biologists.


    map background search result map search result map Henslow's Sparrow Acadian Flycatcher: SE-GAP American Woodcock: SE-GAP Hooded Warbler: SE-GAP Henslow's Sparrow Acadian Flycatcher: SE-GAP American Woodcock: SE-GAP Hooded Warbler: SE-GAP