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The paper traces the manner in which an obligation came to be imposed on select industries, requiring them to take account of amenity, wildlife and outdoor-recreational interests in the course of preparing and carrying out developmental schemes. Under pressure from the relevant voluntary bodies, the statutory obligations, first imposed on hydro-electric power development, were generalized to cover 'whole' industries, and then, under the Countryside Acts of 1967-68, were extended to all State utilities. The recent privatization of those industries has provided a further pretext for extending and strengthening the 'amenity' clause. The approach has provided important insights into how industry itself might become...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the CAs affecting the Madrean Encinal CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance, declining along...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the habitat quality CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of CAs affecting the Terrestrial Desert Scrub Lifezone Distribution CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate an Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA) for the CE. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the water use CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for the CE. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of CAs affecting the Terrestrial Montane Lifezone Distribution CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate an Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA) for the CE. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the development CAs affecting the Coues White-tail Deer (Odocoilus virginianus couesi) CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the invasives CAs affecting the Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the invasives CAs affecting the Mogollon Chaparral CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance,...
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Policy-relevant flood risk modeling must capture interactions between physical and social processes to accurately project impacts from scenarios of sea level rise and inland flooding due to climate change. Here we simultaneously model urban growth, flood hazard change, and adaptive response using the FUTure Urban-Regional Environment Simulation (FUTURES) version 3 framework (Sanchez et al., 2023). FUTURES is an open source urban growth model designed to address the regional-scale ecological and environmental impacts of urbanization; it is one of the few land change models that explicitly captures the spatial structure of development in response to user-specified scenarios. We present probabilistic land change projections...
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The GeoAdaptive and GeoDesign scenarios were extended to the state of Florida line and incorporated CLIP 3.0 into the scenarios for the ecological input. The scenarios will consist of urbanization level of 31,000,000 people by 2060 and sea level rise of 1.0m, and policies and assumptions such a build first conserve second (BAU) and conserve first build second (proactive). The type of conservation was varied; fee simple purchase and easement percentages. The first scenario had a 50/50 split between fee simple purchase and easements and the second and third scenario had 90% easement and 10% fee simple purchase. The difference in scenario was in the process of conservation (CLIP priority area 1 or Florida Forever land...
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This dataset contains a projection of land use and land cover for the conterminous United States for the period 2001 - 2061. This projection used the USGS's LUCAS (Land Use and Carbon Scenario Simulator) model to project a business as usual scenario of land cover and land use change. By running the LUCAS model on the USGS's YETI high performance computer and parallelizing the computation, we ran 100 Monte Carlo simulations based on empirically observed rates of change at a relatively fine scale (270m). We sampled from multiple observed rates of change at the county level to introduce heterogeneity into the Monte Carlo simulations. Using this approach allowed the model to project different outcomes that were summarized...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the fire (FI) CAs affecting the Madrean Encinal CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance, declining...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the habitat quality CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the habitat quality CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Ciénega and Marsh CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the CAs affecting the Nectivorous Bat Assemblage CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance, declining...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the development CAs affecting the Desert Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the...
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the development CAs affecting the Madrean Encinal CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate an LCM for the project area. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance,...


map background search result map search result map Florida climate change, urbanization, and policy assumption scenario for conservation planning for the PFLCC. A National Land Use And Land Cover Projection For Threat Assessment And Conservation Planning BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream 30m BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Montane Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Landscape Condition Model (LCM) of development CAs BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment of invasives CAs: Mogollon Chaparral BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on development: Coues White-tail Deer (Odocoilus virginianus couesi) BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Cienega and Marsh BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream HUC 10 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment 4km: Nectivorous Bat Assemblage BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: Madrean Encinal BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on development: Desert Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on water use: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Desert Scrub Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on fire (FI): Madrean Encinal BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on invasives: Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) FUTURES v3: Scenarios of Future Patterns of Urbanization in Response to Sea Level Rise and Frequent Flooding Across the Southeast United States from 2020 to 2100 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on invasives: Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Cienega and Marsh BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on development: Desert Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream HUC 10 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment 4km: Nectivorous Bat Assemblage BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on development: Coues White-tail Deer (Odocoilus virginianus couesi) BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream 30m BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: Madrean Encinal BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on fire (FI): Madrean Encinal BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment of invasives CAs: Mogollon Chaparral BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Montane Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on water use: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment based on habitat quality: North American Warm Desert Riparian Woodland, Shrubland, Mesquite Bosque and Stream BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Desert Scrub Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Landscape Condition Model (LCM) of development CAs Florida climate change, urbanization, and policy assumption scenario for conservation planning for the PFLCC. A National Land Use And Land Cover Projection For Threat Assessment And Conservation Planning FUTURES v3: Scenarios of Future Patterns of Urbanization in Response to Sea Level Rise and Frequent Flooding Across the Southeast United States from 2020 to 2100