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Heritage Data Management System - HDMS The HDMS is part of a global network of more than 80 Natural Heritage Programs and Conservation Data Centres. HDMS information is available so Arizonans can make prudent decisions weighing future development, economic growth, and environmental integrity. Using published and unpublished reports, data collected by cooperating agencies, review of scientific collections, collaboration with professionals and many other sources of information, HDMS identifies wildlife, plants and geographic areas of special concern in Arizona, and consolidates information about their status and distribution within the State. Learn more about Arizona HDMS. -On-line Environmental Review Tool (ERT)....
The Solar Energy Environmental Mapper is an interactive web-based mapping tool providing access to information relevant to siting of utility-scale solar projects in the southwestern United States. Users can view map layers that were used to create the maps and conduct some analyses in the Solar Energy Development PEIS as well as map layers showing land use decisions associated with the Bureau of Land Management’s Solar Energy Program. The tool provides the ability to zoom and pan to areas of interest, and display and query data. The Solar Energy Environmental Mapper provides users with fast, easy access to a wide variety of spatial data through a Web browser, requiring only limited and generally quick data and software...
This portal is a web mapping platform managed and curated by members of various programs and cooperator groups within the Pacific Southwest Region, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It is designed to showcase spatial information for particular geographies, topics, projects and administrative offices. Various searchable topics and data layers presented on this site include subsets of the data available across the Data Basin system. Members and visitors can use this portal to use or share existing maps or create their own custom maps.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide the means for storing, querying, analyzing, correlating, modeling, and displaying digital cartographic data, remotely sensed imagery, and geographically referenced field survey and sampling data. In the business of managing public lands, the BLM collects and utilizes this data as it relates to or describes a piece of land and the resources on and under it. Data might be information about bird nesting sites or wild horse herd use areas. It might be legal land survey information or legal descriptions of land parcels. Real-time fire progression maps and maps-on-demand are two other customer products developed from this data. The common thread is that this information...
The Sevilleta LTER supports a long-term, integrated, interdisciplinary research program addressing key hypotheses on pattern and process in aridland ecosystems. Sevilleta LTER research includes studies in desert grassland and shrubland communities, and riparian and mountain forests emphasizing pulse driven processes in space and time. Key drivers (e.g., climate, fire, water, resource availability) govern dynamics in each landscape component. Our focus on how biotic and abiotic drivers affect spatial and temporal dynamics of aridland ecosystems allows us to conduct long-term research that addresses important basic theories and yet has significant relevance to regional, national and international priorities. The...
As the third largest federal land manager in the United States (Keystone Center 1996a), the Department of Defense (DoD) mandates the conservation and wise management of the natural resources on military installations. To this end, DoD policy directs each Army installation to produce an Integrated Natural Resource Management Plan (INRMP), the purpose of which is to “ensure that natural resource conservation measures and Army activities on mission land are integrated and consistent with federal stewardship requirements” (Army Goals and Implementing Guidance for Natural Resource Planning Level Surveys and Integrated Natural Resource Management Plans, 21 March 1997). The basic goal of this INRMP is to support and sustain...
This 5-year update of the Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan (INRMP) has been prepared for Edwards Air Force Base (AFB), California, as required by the Sikes Improvement Act of 1997 and Air Force Instruction 32-7064, Integrated Natural Resources Management. The INRMP is based on ecosystem management principles and identifies responsibilities for management of natural resources, land use and mission activities and their potential effects on the environment, descriptions of the physical and ecosystem environments, mission impacts on natural resources, natural resources program management, and management goals and objectives. The INRMP also includes specific management methods, schedules of activities and...
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...
The Nature Conservancy has been a leader in spatial conservation planning for many years. The primary planning tool used by the Conservancy for landscape-scale conservation planning over the past decade has been Ecoregional Assessments. Our United States Ecoregional Assessments identify priority areas for conservation within the United States. This includes data from 67 Ecoregional Assessments, which identified over 9,000 conservation priority areas. Importantly, this dataset contains the conservation targets that we hope to conserve within these priority areas. Conservation targets include both species and habitat types (e.g. plant communities; ecosystems). Our dataset includes 8,507 unique species and 6,633 habitat...

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