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Mountain streams provide important habitats for many species, but their faunas are especially vulnerable to climate change because of ectothermic physiologies and movements that are constrained to linear networks that are easily fragmented. Effectively conserving biodiversity in these systems requires accurate downscaling of climatic trends to local habitat conditions, but downscaling is difficult in complex terrains given diverse microclimates and mediation of stream heat budgets by local conditions. We compiled a stream temperature database (n = 780) for a 2500-km river network in central Idaho to assess possible trends in summer temperatures and thermal habitat for two native salmonid species from 1993 to 2006....
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the projected habitat effectiveness for 2025 plus moderate US mortality plus low Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates were...
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the current habitat effectiveness plus low US mortality plus moderate Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates were based on...
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This dataset depicts Lynx (Lynx canadensis) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the population cycling across the region plus trapping plus climate change scenario (FC2; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of population cycling, trapping, territory size, and climate change on lynx populations. Static habitat suitability models for lynx were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for lynx were created based on a logistic regression model of reported lynx locations against the proportion of the landscape in deciduous forest cover...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased trapping intensity scenario (B4; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration of the model....
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased trapping Area scenario (B3; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration of the model....
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the current habitat effectiveness plus high US mortality plus moderate Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates were based...
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This dataset depicts Lynx (Lynx canadensis) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the population cycling only in Gaspe (core area) plus trapping scenario (B2; Carroll 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of population cycling, trapping, territory size, and climate change on lynx populations. Static habitat suitability models for lynx were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for lynx were created based on a logistic regression model of reported lynx locations against the proportion of the landscape in deciduous forest cover and annual...
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This dataset depicts Lynx (Lynx canadensis) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the population cycling only in Gaspe (core area) plus 36 square kilometer territory size (compared to 90 square kilometer territory) scenario (B136; Carroll 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of population cycling, trapping, territory size, and climate change on lynx populations. Static habitat suitability models for lynx were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for lynx were created based on a logistic regression model of reported lynx locations against...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased trapping area plus timber harvest scenario (L3; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased trapping intensity plus timber harvest scenario (L4; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased survival in parks scenario (B1; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration of the model....
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This dataset depicts Lynx (Lynx canadensis) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the no population cycling scenario (A1; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of population cycling, trapping, territory size, and climate change on lynx populations. Static habitat suitability models for lynx were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for lynx were created based on a logistic regression model of reported lynx locations against the proportion of the landscape in deciduous forest cover and annual snowfall. Demographic parameters were...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased trapping intensity plus climate change scenario (FB4; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from...
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This map shows the current distribution of species assemblages for the ecoregion, typified by the type of environment each species assemblage is usually found (soil, tree type, or specific place). The input datasets used in the associated geospatial modeling are also included.These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "as is" and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these data and bears all responsibility in determining whether these data are fit for the User's intended use. These data may not have the accuracy, resolution, completeness, timeliness, or other characteristics appropriate for applications that potential users of the data may contemplate....
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the current habitat effectiveness plus moderate US mortality plus high Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates were based...
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the projected habitat effectiveness for 2025 plus low US mortality plus moderate Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates were...
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This dataset depicts Wolf (Canis lupus) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the projected habitat effectiveness for 2025 plus moderate US mortality plus high Canadian mortality scenario (Carroll 2003). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the effects of habitat effectiveness and mortality rates on wolf populations. Static habitat suitability models for wolf were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for wolf were created based on current and projected habitat effectiveness, which were based in part on road density and human population density. Wolf fecundity rates...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the increased survival in parks plus timber harvest scenario (L1; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature and from calibration...
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This dataset depicts Marten (Martes americana) habitat in the Northern Appalachians predicted using the spatially explicit population model PATCH under the current trapping rates plus forest restoration plus climate change scenario (FR2; Carrol 2007). This dataset represents one of several scenarios testing the interacting effects of trapping, timber harvest, habitat restoration, and climate change on marten populations. Static habitat suitability models for marten were fed through PATCH to predict source and sink habitat areas across the landscape. The static models for marten were created based on annual snowfall and percentage of older conifer and mixed forest. Demographic parameters were obtained from the literature...


map background search result map search result map Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Area + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Low US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + Low Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + High Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + Low US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + High US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + High Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Survival in Parks + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Trapping Rates + Restoration + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Area Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Survival in Parks Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Population Cycling + Trapping + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Cycling in Gaspe + Smaller Territory Size Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Cycling in Gaspe + Trapping Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: No Population Cycling Scenario BLM REA CBR 2010 Terrestrial Group Species Assemblage Status - Clay Soil Patches Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Area + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Survival in Parks + Timber Harvest Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Trapping Rates + Restoration + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Intensity Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Trapping Area Scenario Predicted Marten Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Increased Survival in Parks Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Population Cycling + Trapping + Climate Change Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Cycling in Gaspe + Smaller Territory Size Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Cycling in Gaspe + Trapping Scenario Predicted Lynx Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: No Population Cycling Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Low US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + Low Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: 2025 Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + High Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + Low US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + High US Mortality + Moderate Canadian Mortality Scenario Predicted Wolf Habitat in the Northern Appalachians: Current Habitat Effectiveness + Moderate US Mortality + High Canadian Mortality Scenario BLM REA CBR 2010 Terrestrial Group Species Assemblage Status - Clay Soil Patches