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There are three main components to the ESI: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources. The shoreline and intertidal areas are ranked based on sensitivity determined by: (1) Shoreline type (substrate, grain size, tidal elevation, origin); (2) Exposure to wave and tidal energy; (3) Biological productivity and sensitivity; and (4) Ease of cleanup. The biology layers focus on threatened/endangered species, areas of high concentration and areas where sensitive life stages may occur. Supporting data tables provide species/location-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information Human use resources mapped include managed areas (parks, refuges, critical habitats,...
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This theme is polygon data that depicts two types of development for the state of Wyoming. The first is existing development and the second are habitats where there is a high likelihood that development will occur in the near future. We considered development of oil, gas and coal bed methane, mining of minerals (trona, uranimum, coal, and bentonite), urban expansion. Other infrastructure activities such as roads, highways, fiberoptic lines, processing plants, pipelines, other facilities, and various combinations of development that were believed to impact sage-grouse were recorded. Information sources and assessment processes varied depending on data available and resource specialist participation for areas within...
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This dataset represents a species distribution model for least tern (Sternula antillarum) on New Jersey’s Atlantic coast and was created as part of the Protection of Critical Beach Habitat project. In addition to least tern, this project includes species distribution models for piping plover (Charadrius melodus), least tern (Sternula antillarum), and American oystercatcher (Haematopus palliatus). All species models can be found in the Data Basin gallery Protection of Critical Beach-nesting Bird Habitats in the Wake of Severe Coastal Storms.Species distribution modeling was conducted to examine the influence of landscape scale variables and beach management strategies on bird breeding habitat suitability. The probability...
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This layer represents 5-year relative counts of wildlife carcasses collected by Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) maintenance personnel or U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Grizzly Bear Recovery Team personnel on or adjacent to on-system (major) routes from 2008 to 2012. To obtain relative counts, the 5-year total counts per mile, which included all wildlife species observed, were divided by the maximum observed calue (98) to give a relative 0-1 risk score. Total counts, which include all wildlife species observed, along with carnivore counts, which include only black bears, grizzly bears, mountain lions, and wolves, are provided. Counts were derived by identifying the nearest mile marker to each carcass point...
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The SRLCC provided funds to the states of Arizona and New Mexico to support development of the states Crucial Habitat Assessment Tools (CHATs) which provide a decision support system to better incorporate wildlife values, sensitive animals and plants, and important ecosystem features into land use decision-making to reduce conflicts and surprises.Several states have released wildlife mapping tools that are the foundation for displaying crucial wildlife and corridor information. The state and regional CHATs are non-regulatory, and give project planners and the general public access to credible scientific data on a broad scale for use in project analysis, siting and planning. This includes large-scale development...
Categories: Data, Project; Types: ArcGIS REST Map Service, ArcGIS Service Definition, Downloadable, Map Service, OGC WFS Layer, OGC WMS Layer, OGC WMS Service; Tags: AZ-01, AZ-02, AZ-03, AZ-04, AZ-05, All tags...
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This dataset was last updated February 2017. This version incorporates a revised version of the land cover classification, Terrestrial and Aquatic Habitat Map (DSLland), Version 3.1 developed by the University of Massachusetts, which included the addition of The Nature Conservancy’s Northeast lakes and ponds classification.The Red-shouldered Hawk (Buteo lineatus) is a medium-sized raptor that feeds on small mammals, frogs, snakes, and other small prey. It has been chosen to represent the habitat needs of other species of wildlife that also use mature forest, especially in floodplains or with wetlands, including species with relatively large home ranges. This dataset depicts the potential capability of the landscape...
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This dataset was last updated February 2017. This version incorporates a revised version of the land cover classification, Terrestrial and Aquatic Habitat Map (DSLland), Version 3.1 developed by the University of Massachusetts, which included the addition of The Nature Conservancy’s Northeast lakes and ponds classification.The Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapilla) is a common, migratory songbird that builds a nest shaped like an old-fashioned oven on the floor of forests across much of the Northeast. It has been chosen to represent the habitat needs of other species of wildlife that also use moist hardwood and mixed forests.This dataset depicts the potential capability of the landscape throughout the Northeastern United...
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This dataset is a component of a complete package of products from the Connect the Connecticut project. Connect the Connecticut is a collaborative effort to identify shared priorities for conserving the Connecticut River Watershed for future generations, considering the value of fish and wildlife species and the natural ecosystems they inhabit. Click here to download the full data package, including all documentation.This dataset represents the climate response index for Eastern Meadowlark. Climate response is one of several different measures of landscape capability that reflect different decisions (or assumptions) regarding how to incorporate current versus future land use and climate changes. The climate response...
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This dataset is a component of a complete package of products from the Connect the Connecticut project. Connect the Connecticut is a collaborative effort to identify shared priorities for conserving the Connecticut River Watershed for future generations, considering the value of fish and wildlife species and the natural ecosystems they inhabit. Click here to download the full data package, including all documentation.This dataset represents the climate response index for Moose. Climate response is one of several different measures of landscape capability that reflect different decisions (or assumptions) regarding how to incorporate current versus future land use and climate changes. The climate response index is...
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This dataset is a component of a complete package of products from the Connect the Connecticut project. Connect the Connecticut is a collaborative effort to identify shared priorities for conserving the Connecticut River Watershed for future generations, considering the value of fish and wildlife species and the natural ecosystems they inhabit. Click here to download the full data package, including all documentation.This dataset depicts the potential capability of the landscape throughout the CT River Watershed to provide habitat for Eastern Meadowlark (Sturnella magna) based on environmental conditions existing in approximately 2010. Landscape capability integrates factors influencing climate suitability, habitat...
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This dataset is a component of a complete package of products from the Connect the Connecticut project. Connect the Connecticut is a collaborative effort to identify shared priorities for conserving the Connecticut River Watershed for future generations, considering the value of fish and wildlife species and the natural ecosystems they inhabit. Click here to download the full data package, including all documentation.This dataset depicts the potential capability of the landscape throughout the Connecticut River Watershed to provide habitat for Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) based on environmental conditions existing in approximately 2010. Landscape capability integrates factors influencing climate suitability,...
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This fire risk assessment was conducted to understand how resilience and resistance and sage-grouse breeding bird habitat may inform wildland fire management decisions including preparedness, suppression, fuels management and post-fire recovery for western sagebrush communities. The assessment is based on the premise that risk = probability of a threat and the consequences of that threat (negative or positive). Fire risk was determined by the probability of a large wildfire and the consequences of fire on greater sage-grouse breeding habitat. These consequences were modified by the capacity of sage-grouse habitat to be resilient and thus recover from fire processes, and be resistant to invasive annual grasses. The...
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Sage-grouse core areas are habitats associated with 1) Montana's highest densities of sage-grouse (25% quartile), based on male counts and/or 2) sage-grouse lek complexes and associated habitat important to sage-grouse distribution. The data are intended for display of sage grouse core areas in Montana. The data are intended for initial resource review and conservation planning. For evaluating or reviewing site specific applications Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) recommends contacting the appropriate FWP Regional office. These are the Montana SageGrouse Core Areas 2010 polygons for Idaho-SW Montana Greater Sage Grouse Subregion. Areas that overlap into Idaho do not apply to Idaho and may represent difference...
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GrSageGrouseSevereWinterRange is an ESRI SDE Feature Class showing coverage for severe winter range for Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). Severe Winter Range is defined as that part of the winter range where 90% of the individuals are located when annual snowpack is at its maximum and/or temperatures are at a minimum in the two worst winters out of ten. This information was derived from field personnel. A variety of data capture techniques were used including drawing on mylar overlays at 1:50,000 scale USGS county mapsheets and implementation of the SmartBoard Interactive Whiteboard using stand-up, real-time digitizing at various scales (Cowardin, M., M. Flenner. March 2003. Maximizing Mapping Resources....
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This dataset presents the current potential distribution of burrowing owl (from SW ReGAP) within the context of current and near-term terrestrial intactness and long-term potential for energy development and potential for climate change (4KM reporting units). Current terrestrial intactness is based on current measures of landscape development, fire regime and vegetation impacts, and fragmentation. Near-term intactness includes estimates of urban growth and expansion of invasive vegetation. Long-term potential for energy development is based on areas of potential for wind, solar, and petroleum development derived from multiple sources. Long-term potential for climate change is based on absolute changes in runoff,...
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This dataset presents Mexican Spotted Owl potential current distribution within the context of current and near-term terrestrial intactness and long-term potential for energy development and potential for climate change (4KM reporting units). Current terrestrial intactness is based on current measures of landscape development, fire regime and vegetation impacts, and fragmentation. Near-term intactness includes estimates of urban growth and expansion of invasive vegetation. Long-term potential for energy development is based on areas of potential for wind, solar, and petroleum development derived from multiple sources. Long-term potential for climate change is based on absolute changes in runoff, precipitation, temperature,...
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This dataset presents black-footed ferret potential current distribution within the context of current and near-term terrestrial intactness and long-term potential for energy development and potential for climate change (4KM reporting units). Current terrestrial intactness is based on current measures of landscape development, fire regime and vegetation impacts, and fragmentation. Near-term intactness includes estimates of urban growth and expansion of invasive vegetation. Long-term potential for energy development is based on areas of potential for wind, solar, and petroleum development derived from multiple sources. Long-term potential for climate change is based on absolute changes in runoff, precipitation, temperature,...
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Natural Heritage New Mexico used standard photo-interpretive techniques to survey 1,654 digital orthophoto quarter quads (DOQQs) for ground disturbance caused by GPD. The surveyed area covered 7,944,262 ha. To assess accuracy, field observers walked 101, 2 km transects on the Navajo Nation and 50 on the Hopi Reservation, distances of approximately 202 and 100 km, respectively. On the surveyed DOQQs we delineated 40,587 ha of apparent GPD disturbance. We found apparent GPD disturbance that, when confirmed on the ground, will extend the GPD range up to 50 km to the northwest.
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Southwest reGAP modeled distribution of Black-footed ferret in the Colorado Plateau ecoregion, USA The Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project predicted habitat for 819 vertebrate species that reside, breed, or use habitat in the five-state region for a substantial portion of the their life history. The list of species to model was determined by identifying decision rules for taxon inclusion (These rules can be provided upon request). To create the most accurate models possible we are engaging taxa experts to provide a review of these habitat models. These models are based on the concept of Wildlife Habitat Relationships (WHRs). We have defined WHRs as a statement describing resources and conditions present in...
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This dataset provides an estimate of aquatic biodiversity sites, based on protected and conservation lands superimposed on the NHD flowlines dataset. Caution is warrented in interpreting this dataset. While measures of aquatic biodiversity exist, they are based on localized samples that cannot be extrapolated beyond the sampling domain. These measures were not included in this dataset. Instead, it was assumed that areas within TNC Portfolio areas were identified for factors that include high aquatic biodiversity. Furthermore, it is assumed that aquatic biodiversity is higher in protected areas due to stricter controls over land and water management. However, this assumption may not be valid for stream reaches that...


map background search result map search result map Sagegrouse Developed Habitat for Wyoming at 1:24,000 SW Montana Greater Sage-grouse Core Areas Columbia River ESI - 2004 Support to Western States Crucial Habitat Assessment Tools Road-Killed Wildlife Carcass Frequency by Mile of Montana On-System Routes in the U.S. Northern Rockies (2008-2012) Landscape Capability for Ruffed Grouse, CT River Watershed Landscape Capability for Eastern Meadowlark, CT River Watershed Landscape Capability for Red-shouldered Hawk, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S. Climate Response for Moose, 2080, CT River Watershed Climate Response for Eastern Meadowlark, 2080, CT River Watershed Landscape Capability for Ovenbird, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S. Fire Risk Assessment for the Greater Sage-Grouse Species distribution model for least tern on New Jersey’s Atlantic Coast, 2007-2012 BLM REA COP 2010 Burrowing Owl: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Greater Sage Grouse Severe Winter Range, Colorado BLM REA COP 2010 Black-Footed Ferret: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Gunnison's Prairie Dog Disturbance BLM REA COP 2010 Mexican Spotted Owl: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Potential Aquatic Biodiversity Areas BLM REA COP 2010 Southwest reGAP modeled distribution of the black-footed ferret in the Colorado Plateau ecoregion, USA BLM REA COP 2010 Black-Footed Ferret: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Greater Sage Grouse Severe Winter Range, Colorado SW Montana Greater Sage-grouse Core Areas Species distribution model for least tern on New Jersey’s Atlantic Coast, 2007-2012 Columbia River ESI - 2004 BLM REA COP 2010 Gunnison's Prairie Dog Disturbance Landscape Capability for Ruffed Grouse, CT River Watershed Landscape Capability for Eastern Meadowlark, CT River Watershed Climate Response for Moose, 2080, CT River Watershed Climate Response for Eastern Meadowlark, 2080, CT River Watershed BLM REA COP 2010 Mexican Spotted Owl: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Potential Aquatic Biodiversity Areas Sagegrouse Developed Habitat for Wyoming at 1:24,000 BLM REA COP 2010 Burrowing Owl: Current and Near-Term Status and Long-Term Potential For Change BLM REA COP 2010 Southwest reGAP modeled distribution of the black-footed ferret in the Colorado Plateau ecoregion, USA Road-Killed Wildlife Carcass Frequency by Mile of Montana On-System Routes in the U.S. Northern Rockies (2008-2012) Support to Western States Crucial Habitat Assessment Tools Landscape Capability for Red-shouldered Hawk, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S. Landscape Capability for Ovenbird, Version 3.0, Northeast U.S. Fire Risk Assessment for the Greater Sage-Grouse