Filters: Tags: Web Site (X)100 results (365ms)
Interactive website allowing users to explore the information in the Pacific Connectivity Map.
Categories: Data, Web Site; Tags: EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOSYSTEMS > AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS > WETLANDS, EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOSYSTEMS > TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS > FORESTS, EARTH SCIENCE > BIOSPHERE > ECOSYSTEMS > TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS > WETLANDS, EARTH SCIENCE > LAND SURFACE > LANDSCAPE > LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY, Web Site,
The Rocky Mountain Partner forum is one of four Partner Forums located in the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GNLCC) geography. The GNLCC brings together managers and stakeholders from around this vast, 300 million-acre landscape to share information and work on mutual priorities. More information about the GNLCC can be found here.The Partner Forums bring together field-level managers, scientists, and other conservation constituents together to address the issues most pertinent to their region through conversation and information sharing. The Rocky Mountain Partner Forum has thus far used this opportunity to focus on cold water aquatic systems and ecological connectivity.
USGS Greater Sage Grouse National Research Strategy Sage Steppe Partner Forum Wiki
This web site houses the quick guides, worksheets, and templates developed as part of a project focused on helping practitioners integrate climate change into Habitat Conservation Planning under the Endangered Species Act. It also includes a spreadsheet with information on existing HCPs that have addressed climate change. All guides and worksheets are freely downloadable.
In September 2013 the Springs Stewardship Institute received funding from the BOR to map springs and springs-dependent species in the DLCC. Since then we have configured our server, migrated our geodatabase to an ArcSDE, and published several WMS and WFS to our domain at https://arcgis.springsdata.org/arcgis/rest/services . This includes a WMS of springs in the DLCC that we have also made available through ArcGIS Online at http://bit.ly/1k6zo7p . We have also migrated our non-spatial survey data to an online application at http://springsdata.org/index.php . This is a user-friendly interface for a MySQL database that includes georeferencing, geomorphology, flow, flora, fauna, water quality, and condition assessment...
The goal of the North-central California Coast and Ocean Climate-Smart Adaptation Project is to collaboratively develop and implement adaptation actions in response to, and in preparation for, climate change impacts on habitats, species and ecosystem services (termed focal resources). Vulnerability to climate and non-climate stressors was assessed for select focal resources in the region during Phase 1 of the project through two decision-support workshops. Climate-smart adaptive management actions will be developed and prioritized by the Climate-Smart Adaptation Working Group in Phase 2 of the project.
The Great Basin LCC Conservation Planning Atlas (CPA) brings cloud-based functionality and collaborative features to a geospatial platform for conservation initiatives across the Great Basin. The CPA resides within the Data Basin online platform, allowing users and groups to create unique collaborative mapping products for their projects. Drawing on over 16,000 datasets currently in Data Basin–including high-priority datasets from LANDFIRE, BLM, USGS, and others–users are able to share maps within public or private groups and then to dynamically interact with those products as a group. In addition to the collaborative planning features, the CPA also provides the Great Basin LCC with another platform through which...
Sage-Grouse Require Sagebrish Steppe Infographic
Montana CAP (Crucial Areas Assessment Web) Informational Web Page
Spatial Web/Feature Service: 2040 NorWeST modeled summer stream temperature scenarios for the western U.S.
A map service on the www that allows users to zoom to a specific area and the modeled prediction of the stream temperatures at 2040.
Website: Heart of the Rockies Initiative
This GIS dataset is part of a suite of wildlife habitat connectivity data produced by the Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group (WHCWG). The WHCWG is a voluntary public-private partnership between state and federal agencies, universities, tribes, and non-governmental organizations. The WHCWG is co-led by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT). The assessment of connectivity for the Okanagan-Kettle subregion is led by the Transboundary Connectivity Working Group (TCWG), which includes the WHCWG as well as members from agencies, organizations as well as independent biologists from both sides of the border. A final report concerning...
The Ecological Connectivity Project brings together managers and decision makers to address challenges impacting ecological connectivity throughout the geography of the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative. We encourage those involved with connectivity efforts at any scale to get involved with this project as its success depends on stakeholder engagement from all corners of the Great Northern LCC geography. Please contact us if you have questions or would like to become involved.
This website provides information on the project’s effort to establish a network of environmental monitoring stations within the boundaries of the California LCC. Users of this web portal can view predicted distributional changes in landbird, habitat, and climate under future climate conditions and find out general information on the progress and evolution of the network.
This version of the Simple Viewer displayed the South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint 2.1 at the subwatershed and marine lease block scale. In this interface you could also find information about other landscape scale conservation plans, land cover, and protection status.
The rivers and streams of the Southeastern United States are extremely diverse, containing numerous threatened and endangered species. In fact, southeastern rivers contain more at-risk freshwater fish and invertebrates than any other region of the country.The anthropogenic fragmentation of river habitats through dams and poorly designed culverts is one of the primary threats to aquatic species in the United States. The impact of fragmentation on aquatic species generally involves loss of access to quality habitat for one or more life stages of a species. For example, dams and impassable culverts limit the ability of anadromous fish species to reach preferred spawning habitats and prevent brook trout populations...
Online tool: Avian Demographic Response to Climate Change; A visualization tool for natural resource managers
California’s terrestrial ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to future changes in the global climate, including increased temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and changes in human infrastructure and development. Information on the potential effects of climate change on bird communities can help guide effective conservation and inform land management decisions. We are using climate models and multi-source bird data, networked for the first time thanks to the Avian Knowledge Network, to predict current and future species distributions for California terrestrial breeding bird species. Currently, we have nearly 200 species available for viewing. These species represent 7 major habitat types found within...
The South Atlantic CPA is a free mapping portal designed to share regional spatial data. You can overlay multiple layers, create and export maps, and download data. In addition to the Conservation Blueprint, you’ll find information about connectivity, protected lands, urban growth, and much more.
The North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat) is a large-scale, long-term monitoring program designed to assess the status and trends of North American bats at local, regional, and range-wide scales. Spanning the United States, Canada, and Mexico, NABat brings together an extensive network of partners who utilize the NABat program design and monitoring protocols to collect bat population data. These data are analyzed at various spatial and temporal scales and results are used to promote effective conservation actions to ensure the long-term viability of bat populations across the continent.
This project utilizes projected visualization of land cover conditions for the state of Florida at three future time periods. Simulated projected future conditions also vary by patterns in development, levels and types of conservation, and sea level rise. These visualized scenarios afford the opportunity to examine a range of possible outcomes for land use and land cover, and use these scenarios to evaluate the impacts on potential habitat distributions for focal species. For this project, focal species were centered within the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge and impacts. The methodology for this project includes four major steps, which have been found to be effective in previous scenario analyses with...