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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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NatureServe’s ecological integrity framework provides a practical approach to organize criteria and indicators for this purpose (Faber-Langendoen et al. 2006, Unnasch et al. 2008). This framework provides a scorecard for reporting on the ecological status of a given CE within a given location, and if needed, facilitates the aggregation and synthesis of the component results for broader measures of ecological integrity at broader scales The layer represents the scorecard of multiple indicator values of ecosytem/species integrity. Individual layers for ecosystems may have representitive values of change in extent, landscape condition, landscape connectivity, Fire Regime Departure, or invasive annual grass risk. Not...
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The rapidly increasing demands being placed on our deserts points to the urgent need for a connectivity assessment that spans multiple jurisdictional boundaries and promotes the partnerships needed to implement a regional conservation strategy for this diverse and striking landscape. The vast scale of renewable energy developments proposed in the California deserts are likely to impact habitat connectivity, alter essential ecosystem functions, and eliminate opportunities for species to shift their ranges in response to climate change. The potential impacts of energy development on our existing public lands, specifically to wildlife and their ability to move across the landscape, are enormous. The primary goal of...
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Areas of Conservation Emphasis (ACE-II) is a Department of Fish and Wildlife project that was begun in 2009 to provide data to help guide and inform conservation priorities in California.
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REAs synthesize the best available information about resource conditions and trends within an ecoregion. They highlight and map areas of high ecological value, including important wildlife habitats and corridors, and gauge their potential risks from climate change, wildfires, invasive species, energy development, and urban growth. REAs also map areas that have high energy development potential, and relatively low ecological value, which could be best-suited for siting future energy development. In addition, REAs establish landscape-scale baseline ecological data to gauge the effect and effectiveness of future management actions. The Mojave Basin and Range REA was initiated in July 2010. It has been completed and...


map background search result map search result map Areas of Conservation Emphasis (ACE II) Mojave Basin and Range Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REA) A Linkage Network for the California Deserts BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Mojave Mid-Elevation Mixed Desert Scrub ANN GRASS INDEX BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Active and Stabilized Dune ANN GRASS INDEX BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Big Sagebrush Shrubland CONDITION INDEX BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Rocky Mountain Aspen Forest and Woodland CHANGE BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Mixed Salt Desert Scrub DEPARTURE BLM REA CBR 2010 Scorecard of condition CommonKingsnake Mojave Basin and Range Rapid Ecoregional Assessment (REA) A Linkage Network for the California Deserts BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Mojave Mid-Elevation Mixed Desert Scrub ANN GRASS INDEX BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Active and Stabilized Dune ANN GRASS INDEX BLM REA CBR 2010 Scorecard of condition CommonKingsnake BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Rocky Mountain Aspen Forest and Woodland CHANGE BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Mixed Salt Desert Scrub DEPARTURE BLM REA CBR 2010 Status Assessment: Inter-Mountain Basins Big Sagebrush Shrubland CONDITION INDEX Areas of Conservation Emphasis (ACE II)