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The Wyoming Basin Rapid Ecoregional Assessment project area is defined by all 5th level watersheds (HUC10) that intersect the boundary of the Wyoming Basin Ecoregion. All other datasets used for Wyoming Basing Rapid Ecoregional Assessment are clipped to this boundary.
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The 303(d) Listed Impaired Waters program system provides impaired water data and impaired water features reflecting river segments, lakes, and estuaries designated under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act. Each State will establish Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) for these waters. Note the CWA Section 303(d) list of impaired waters does not represent waters that are impaired but have an EPA approved TMDL established, impaired waters for which other pollution control mechanisms are in place and expected to attain water quality standards, or waters impaired as a result of pollution and is not caused by a pollutant; therefore, the "Impaired Waters" layers do not represent all impaired waters reported in a state's...
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Downloaded from Idaho Department of Water Resources http://www.idwr.idaho.gov/GeographicInfo/GISdata/gis_data.htm. Contains information on water rights, water rights permits, minimum stream flow for Idaho.
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Ranks of landscape level ecological values for aspen were summarized by township, in the Wyoming Basin REA project area. Landscape level value based on area of aspen. See table 15.3, Chapter 2, and the Appendix in the Wyoming Basin REA report at http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/ofr20151155 for additional details.
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Core area risk is classified by the percent of aspen that is core area, summarized by township. Core area was defined as aspen greater than 60 m from nonforest edges and roads or railroads.
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Core area risk is classified by the percent of aspen that is core area, summarized by township. Core area was defined as aspen greater than 60 m from nonforest edges and roads or railroads.
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Low risk of SAD equals current aspen distribution coincident with the 2030 SAD climatic envelope classes, Potential aspen climatic envelope expansion, or No expected change in aspen climatic envelope.
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For Greater Sage Grouse connectivity we assessed development levels based on the regional Terrestrial Development Index (TDI) map, and then used the resulting output to calculate patch size and structural connectivity metrics. We mapped the structural connectivity of relatively undeveloped areas (TDI less than or equal to 1 percent) at three inter patch distances based on connectivity analysis; local (0.27 km), landscape (2.97 km), and regional (3.78 km) scales. See Chapter 2 Assessment Framework and Appendix of the Wyoming Basin REA Open File Report for additional details.
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The potential effect of development on patch size was used as an index of fragmentation. Patch size was quantified for baseline conditions for Greater Sage Grouse. This provides a reference for comparing patch size for relatively undeveloped patches (Terrestrial Development Index scores less than or equal to 1 percent).
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The potential effect of development on patch size was used as an index of fragmentation. Patch size was quantified for baseline conditions for foothill shrublands and woodlands. This provides a reference for comparing patch size for relatively undeveloped patches (Terrestrial Development Index scores less than or equal to 1 percent) of Foothill Shrublands Woodlands.
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The potential effect of development on patch size was used as an index of fragmentation. Patch size was quantified for relatively undeveloped patches (Terrestrial Development Index scores less than or equal to 1 percent) of foothill shrublands and woodlands. Because TDI is calculated for a 2.25 km radius moving window, relatively undeveloped patches are defined at this analysis scale. Patch sizes for relatively undeveloped areas can then be compared to baseline conditions.
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Potential changes in baseline juniper woodlands based on overlap with the projected bioclimatic envelope distribution. To account for the differences between the current distribution and modeled bioclimatic envelopes, we used results from CCCM3, in 2030, and classified each modeled biome into three change categories: 1 distributions that potentially could decline because current and projected envelope distributions do not coincide, 2 distributions that are not expected to change because the current and projected envelope distributions overlap, and 3 distributions that have the potential for expansion outside the current envelope distribution. Next, we classified potential for change in the current distribution of...
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Ranks of landscape level ecological risks for five needle pine, summarized by township, in the Wyoming Basin REA project area. Landscape level risk based on Terrestrial Development Index (TDI). Risk classes based on mean TDI score by township. Lowest risk corresponds to TDI less than 1, medium risk corresponds to TDI 1 to 3, Highest risk corresponds TDI greater than 3. See table 16.3 and appendix in the Wyoming Basin REA report at http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/ofr20151155 for additional details.
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The potential effect of development on patch size was used as an index of fragmentation. Patch size was quantified for relatively undeveloped patches (Terrestrial Development Index scores less than or equal to 1 percent) of sagebrush steppe. Because TDI is calculated for a 2.25 km radius moving window, relatively undeveloped patches are defined at this analysis scale. Patch sizes for relatively undeveloped areas can then be compared to baseline conditions.
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To map the baseline distribution of juniper woodlands, we included all juniper, pinyon juniper, and mixed limber pine and juniper LANDFIRE Existing Vegetation Types (EVT). For additional details see the Wyoming Basin Rapid Ecoregional Assessment Open File Report Appendix.
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White Pine Blister Rust (WPBR) Risk Data for Wyoming. Data was attained from Bob Flynn, Colorado State Univeristy. The WPBR risk model was derived by Kearns, S.J., Jacobi, W.R., Reich, R.M., Flynn, R.I., Burns, K.S., and Geils, B.W., 2014, Risk of white pine blister rust to limber pine in Colorado and Wyoming, USA: Forest Pathology, v. 44, p. 21 to 38.


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