Skip to main content
Advanced Search

Filters: Tags: Wildlands (X)

10 results (107ms)   

View Results as: JSON ATOM CSV
thumbnail
Humans have dramatically altered wildlands in the western United States over the past 100 years by using these lands and the resources they provide. Anthropogenic changes to the landscape, such as urban expansion, construction of roads, power lines, and other networks and land uses necessary to maintain human populations influence the number and kinds of plants and wildlife that remain. We developed the map of the human footprint for the western United States from an analysis of 14 landscape structure and anthropogenic features: human habitation, interstate highways, federal and state highways, secondary roads, railroads, irrigation canals, power lines, linear feature densities, agricultural land, campgrounds, highway...
thumbnail
This dataset depicts wildland-urban interface areas in Oregon, as mapped by the Oregon Department of Forestry. The Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) is the area where houses meet or intermingle with undeveloped wildland vegetation. This makes the WUI a focal area for human-environment conflicts such as wildland fires, habitat fragmentation, invasive species, and biodiversity decline. Using geographic information systems (GIS), we integrated U.S. Census and USGS National Land Cover Data, to map the Federal Register definition of WUI (Federal Register 66:751, 2001).
thumbnail
Humans have dramatically altered wildlands in the western United States over the past 100 years by using these lands and the resources they provide. Anthropogenic changes to the landscape, such as urban expansion, construction of roads, power lines, and other networks and land uses necessary to maintain human populations influence the number and kinds of plants and wildlife that remain. We developed the map of the human footprint for the western United States from an analysis of 14 landscape structure and anthropogenic features: human habitation, interstate highways, federal and state highways, secondary roads, railroads, irrigation canals, power lines, linear feature densities, agricultural land, campgrounds, highway...
Humans have dramatically altered wildlands in the western United States over the past 100 years by using these lands and the resources they provide. Anthropogenic changes to the landscape, such as urban expansion, construction of roads, power lines, and other networks and land uses necessary to maintain human populations influence the number and kinds of plants and wildlife that remain. We developed the map of the human footprint for the western United States from an analysis of 14 landscape structure and anthropogenic features: human habitation, interstate highways, federal and state highways, secondary roads, railroads, irrigation canals, power lines, linear feature densities, agricultural land, campgrounds, highway...
thumbnail
Humans have dramatically altered wildlands in the western United States over the past 100 years by using these lands and the resources they provide. Anthropogenic changes to the landscape, such as urban expansion, construction of roads, power lines, and other networks and land uses necessary to maintain human populations influence the number and kinds of plants and wildlife that remain. We developed the map of the human footprint for the western United States from an analysis of 14 landscape structure and anthropogenic features: human habitation, interstate highways, federal and state highways, secondary roads, railroads, irrigation canals, power lines, linear feature densities, agricultural land, campgrounds, highway...
This map was developed to map the probablity of cheatgrass in order to examine the overlap of cheatgrass with high priority sagebrush restoration areas. Logistic regression was used to create linear models that were than spatially applied to the landscape. Inputs for regression analysis included elevation, precipitation, soil pH, soil depth, soil salinity, and available water capacity extracted at 6,736 field sampling locations where cheatgrass occurrence was determined.
thumbnail
This map was developed to show the distribution of human influence in the western United States. This dataset was developed from the Human Footprint inthe western United States (Leu et al. 2008) in order to ease the interpretation of humand footprint comparisons. Provides the distirubtion of 3 human foorpint instensity class in the western United States
thumbnail
This map was developed to show the distribution of human influence in the western United States. This dataset was developed from the Human Footprint in the western United States (Leu et al. 2008) in order to ease the interpretation of human footprint comparisons.
thumbnail
Humans have dramatically altered wildlands in the western United States over the past 100 years by using these lands and the resources they provide. Anthropogenic changes to the landscape, such as urban expansion, construction of roads, power lines, and other networks and land uses necessary to maintain human populations influence the number and kinds of plants and wildlife that remain. We developed the map of the human footprint for the western United States from an analysis of 14 landscape structure and anthropogenic features: human habitation, interstate highways, federal and state highways, secondary roads, railroads, irrigation canals, power lines, linear feature densities, agricultural land, campgrounds, highway...
This map was developed to show the distribution of human influence on the sagebrush ecosystem in the western United States. This dataset was developed from the Human Footprint inthe western United States (Leu et al. 2008) and an aggregrate of the sagebrush ecological systems mapped in the LANDFIRE EVT dataset. Provides the distribution sagebrush attributed with 3 human foorpint instensity classes


    map background search result map search result map Human Footprint Intensity in the West The Human Footprint in the West The Human Footprint in the West Wildland Urban-Interface in Oregon, USA The Human Footprint in the West Human Footprint Intensity in the West The Human Footprint in the West BLM REA NGB 2011 DV Human Footprint 180m.img Wildland Urban-Interface in Oregon, USA BLM REA NGB 2011 DV Human Footprint 180m.img The Human Footprint in the West The Human Footprint in the West The Human Footprint in the West The Human Footprint in the West Human Footprint Intensity in the West Human Footprint Intensity in the West