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This shapefile was developed in a project that identified areas with potential habitat for priority amphibian and reptile species or that likely support a noteworthy diversity of reptile or amphibian species in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (http://nalcc.databasin.org/pages/about-north-atlanticlcc) and Northeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (northeastparc.org) regions. Our approach spatially applied the Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Area (PARCA) System Criteria and Implementation Guidelines (PARCA Guidance; Sutherland and deMaynadier 2012) to combine amphibian and reptile species occurrence data and spatial environmental variables to predict and map habitat...
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Forested Wetland Amphibians This layer is one of the South Atlantic LCC indicators in the forested wetland ecosystem. It captures Priority Reptile and Amphibian Conservation Areas within forested wetlands. Reason for Selection Amphibians provide an indicator of the condition and arrangement of embedded isolated wetlands. Input Data South Atlantic LCC Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAs) served as input data for this indicator. PARCAs are a nonregulatory designation established to raise public awareness and spark voluntary action by landowners and conservation partners to benefit amphibians and/or reptiles. Areas are nominated using scientific criteria and expert review, drawing on the concepts...
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Index of pine woodland, savanna, and prairie amphibians This layer is one of the South Atlantic LCC indicators in the pine woodland, savanna and prairies ecosystem. To read more about the indicators and how they are being used, please visit the indicator page. Reason for selection Amphibians provide an indicator of the condition and arrangement of embedded isolated wetlands. Target Group had insufficient herpetology expertise to set an initial target. Look to Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (SEPARC) to set target. Input Data South Atlantic LCC Priority Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Areas (PARCAS). PARCAs are a nonregulatory designation whose purpose is to raise public awareness...
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Description This layer is an outdated version of the ecosystem maps used in an older version of the South Atlantic Blueprint. We spatially define ecosystem extents in order to identify the occurrence of indicators within those ecosystems and develop integrity scores. Landscapes and Waterscapes Landscape and waterscape indicators were defined as features that applied across all terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and no refined extent was needed. Freshwater Aquatic The intent of the freshwater aquatic ecosystem was to cover the entire portion of the South Atlantic geographic area with the exception of marine and estuarine areas. In Blueprint 2.0, we used 12 digit hydrologic units (HUC12) as planning units for...


    map background search result map search result map Draft Indicator: Index of pine woodland, savanna, and prairie amphibians - old OUTDATED Ecosystem Maps: South Atlantic Blueprint 2.0 Indicator V 2.1: Forested Wetland - Amphibians Proposed draft PARCAs for Washington, D.C., 2016 Draft Indicator: Index of pine woodland, savanna, and prairie amphibians - old Proposed draft PARCAs for Washington, D.C., 2016 OUTDATED Ecosystem Maps: South Atlantic Blueprint 2.0 Indicator V 2.1: Forested Wetland - Amphibians