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Understanding how ecological and cultural resources may change in the future is an important component of conservation planning and for the implementation of long-term environmental monitoring. We modeled six future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise to investigate their potential effects on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Priority Resources (PFLCC 2016), which were identified as important for conservation through a cooperative multi-partner effort to prioritize conservation efforts on a state-wide scale. These data represent conservation targets for the Freshwater Aquatics at present, and under six future scenarios of sea level rise and urbanization.
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Understanding how ecological and cultural resources may change in the future is an important component of conservation planning and for the implementation of long-term environmental monitoring. We modeled six future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise to investigate their potential effects on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Priority Resources (PFLCC 2016), which were identified as important for conservation through a cooperative multi-partner effort to prioritize conservation efforts on a state-wide scale. These data represent conservation targets for the High Pine and Scrub at present, and under six future scenarios of sea level rise and urbanization.
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Understanding how ecological and cultural resources may change in the future is an important component of conservation planning and for the implementation of long-term environmental monitoring. We modeled six future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise to investigate their potential effects on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Priority Resources (PFLCC 2016), which were identified as important for conservation through a cooperative multi-partner effort to prioritize conservation efforts on a state-wide scale. These data represent conservation targets for the Coastal Uplands at present, and under six future scenarios of sea level rise and urbanization.
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This geodatabase contains the official partnership boundaries of the National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP). Several boundaries were originally developed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and were updated in 2013 to reflect revisions from the recognized Fish Habitat Partnerships (FHPs) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership. For the remaining FHPs, the boundaries were developed in 2013 to reflect the boundary as defined by the respective partnerships. The geodatabase contains two feature datasets. The 'Boundaries' feature dataset includes official partnership boundaries. The 'Subregions_States' feature dataset includes partnership boundaries along with state and/or subregion boundaries.
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This data release includes metrics from the Regional Stream Quality Assessment (RSQA) from the Southeast Region for habitat stressors related to water-quality and habitat substrate. The goals of RSQA are to characterize multiple water-quality factors that are stressors to aquatic life ‐ contaminants, nutrients, sediment, and streamflow alteration – and to develop a better understanding of the relation of these stressors to ecological conditions in streams throughout the region. In order to characterize water-quality variables and stream-habitat measurements as an aggregation of multiple measurements over a sampling period, and in support of ecological stressor modelling, metrics (summary statistics or indices) were...
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The US Geological Survey (USGS) conducted a study (Carlisle and others 2017) with a national-scale dataset composed of ecological data from the USGS National Water-Quality Assessment Project and the US Environmental Protection Agency, matched to USGS streamgaging sites. In a follow-up study (Carlisle and others 2019), additional data from three regional assessments conducted by USGS were combined with data from the original study, and these new data are published here. Using all of the aforementioned datasets, the follow-up study (Carlisle and others, 2019) then developed regional-scale model predictions of the relation between streamflow modification and indicators of biological integrity. These model predictions,...
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Understanding how ecological and cultural resources may change in the future is an important component of conservation planning and for the implementation of long-term environmental monitoring. We modeled six future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise to investigate their potential effects on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's Priority Resources (PFLCC 2016), which were identified as important for conservation through a cooperative multi-partner effort to prioritize conservation efforts on a state-wide scale. These data represent conservation targets for the Coastal Uplands, High Pine and Scrub, and Freshwater Aquatics Priority Resources at present, and under six future scenarios...


    map background search result map search result map Official Recognized Boundaries of Fish Habitat Partnerships of the National Fish Habitat Partnership, 2013 Water-quality and stream-habitat metrics calculated for the National Water-Quality Assessment Program's Regional Stream Quality Assessment conducted in the southeast United States in support of ecological and habitat stressor models, 2014 Regional-scale Model Predictions of the Relation Between Biological Integrity and Streamflow Modification Modeling the effects of future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's conservation targets Coastal Uplands: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios Freshwater Aquatics: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios High Pine and Scrub: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios Modeling the effects of future scenarios of urbanization and sea level rise on the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative's conservation targets Coastal Uplands: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios Freshwater Aquatics: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios High Pine and Scrub: Urbanization and Sea Level Rise Scenarios Water-quality and stream-habitat metrics calculated for the National Water-Quality Assessment Program's Regional Stream Quality Assessment conducted in the southeast United States in support of ecological and habitat stressor models, 2014 Regional-scale Model Predictions of the Relation Between Biological Integrity and Streamflow Modification Official Recognized Boundaries of Fish Habitat Partnerships of the National Fish Habitat Partnership, 2013