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Southeast Blueprint v3.0 This is an older version of the Southeast Blueprint. The Southeast Conservation Blueprint is a map of important areas for conservation and restoration across the Southeast and Caribbean. The Blueprint is the primary product of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS). Through SECAS, diverse partners are working together to design and achieve a connected network of lands and waters that supports thriving fish and wildlife populations and improved quality of life for people across the southeastern United States and the Caribbean. Extent of Southeast Blueprint v3.0 The Southeast Blueprint covers the entire SECAS geography with the exception of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where the...
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The Blueprint analysis, maps, and data on this site represent the level of value – high or medium – of healthy natural resources and their potential to benefit fish, wildlife and plants. It is part of our effort to reach beyond our Region’s conservation community’s to begin talking with a range of groups about areas that have value for conservation. This information is crafted to help us get a glimpse of the of the Region as we think about emerging trends, better planning and better conversations with everyone who has a stake in what the Southeast Region might look like in 2060. Private lands identified on the map may be good candidates for voluntary conservation programs, which help keep working lands working....
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The datasets that are available are intended to show different facets of the spatial and temporal distribution of surface water over the last 32 years. Some of those datasets are intended to be mapped (e.g. the seasonality layer) and some are intended to show the temporal change at specific locations (i.e. the water history). In addition, there are datasets that provide metadata on the number of observations and valid observations that were used and these can be used to estimate the confidence levels in the data. The following sections describe the map products, water history and metadata datasets.
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This is an older version of the Southeast Blueprint. The Blueprint analysis, maps, and data on this site represent the level of value – high or medium – of healthy natural resources and their potential to benefit fish, wildlife and plants. It is part of our effort to reach beyond our Region’s conservation community’s to begin talking with a range of groups about areas that have value for conservation. This information is crafted to help us get a glimpse of the of the Region as we think about emerging trends, better planning and better conversations with everyone who has a stake in what the Southeast Region might look like in 2060. Private lands identified on the map may be good candidates for voluntary conservation...
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A priority of the Southeast Climate Science Center (SECSC) is to support the planning and implementation of a Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS). This project examined the decision making context, decision making process, and management planning associated with the restoration of open pine ecosystems in the Southeast. To better understand the planning practice associated with this system, we assessed the quality of 35 management plans from federal, state, and non-governmental agencies. We found that newer plans scored higher than older plans, suggesting agencies may be learning to develop better plans over time and indicating older plans should be prioritized for revision. Plans from federal and...
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The Blueprint analysis, maps, and data on this site represent the level of value – high or medium – of healthy natural resources and their potential to benefit fish, wildlife and plants. It is part of our effort to reach beyond our Region’s conservation community’s to begin talking with a range of groups about areas that have value for conservation. This information is crafted to help us get a glimpse of the of the Region as we think about emerging trends, better planning and better conversations with everyone who has a stake in what the Southeast Region might look like in 2060. Private lands identified on the map may be good candidates for voluntary conservation programs, which help keep working lands working....
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This is an older version of the Southeast Blueprint. The Blueprint analysis, maps, and data on this site represent the level of value – high or medium – of healthy natural resources and their potential to benefit fish, wildlife and plants. It is part of our effort to reach beyond our Region’s conservation community’s to begin talking with a range of groups about areas that have value for conservation. This information is crafted to help us get a glimpse of the of the Region as we think about emerging trends, better planning and better conversations with everyone who has a stake in what the Southeast Region might look like in 2060. Private lands identified on the map may be good candidates for voluntary conservation...
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Southeast Blueprint v3.0 Input Areas This layer is part of an older version of the Southeast Blueprint. It depicts the best current approximation of the analysis extent for each subregional Blueprint input. It can serve as a resource for determining which of the subregional Blueprint inputs covers a particular area of interest, providing a roadmap for where to look for more detailed information. This layer also illustrates how the various inputs overlap with one another. This layer was also used to assign 0 and NoData values in Southeast Blueprint v3.0. Extent of Input Areas The extent of this file originally covered the entire extent of the inputs into the Southeast Blueprint. It was then clipped down to the SECAS...
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This layer is part of an older version of the Southeast Blueprint. It combines the hubs and corridors underlying the Southeast Blueprint in the Appalachian and South Atlantic subregions. While the South Atlantic and Appalachian connectivity analyses were conducted separately using different methods, the overall approach is similar. Both use a structural connectivity framework, capturing how well natural habitat is connected in general, without using species-specific thresholds. Hubs are defined as large continuous patches of high-value areas based on an integrated prioritization of land and water. Corridors are identified through a least-cost path analysis using Linkage Mapper. You can refer to the metadata for...
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Southeast Blueprint v4.0 Input Areas This layer depicts the areas where each Blueprint input was used in Southeast Blueprint 4.0. It is also the best current approximation of the analysis extent for each subregional Blueprint input. It can serve as a resource for determining which of the subregional Blueprint inputs covers a particular area of interest, providing a roadmap for where to look for more detailed information. This layer was also used to assign 0 and NoData values in Southeast Blueprint v4.0. Extent of Input Areas The extent of this file originally covered the entire extent of the inputs into the Southeast Blueprint. It was then clipped down to the SECAS boundary to match the Southeast Blueprint extent....
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The Blueprint analysis, maps, and data on this site represent the level of value – high or medium – of healthy natural resources and their potential to benefit fish, wildlife and plants. It is part of our effort to reach beyond our Region’s conservation community’s to begin talking with a range of groups about areas that have value for conservation. This information is crafted to help us get a glimpse of the of the Region as we think about emerging trends, better planning and better conversations with everyone who has a stake in what the Southeast Region might look like in 2060. Private lands identified on the map may be good candidates for voluntary conservation programs, which help keep working lands working....
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Southeast Blueprint v4.0 SECAS Boundary This SECAS boundary layer depicts the extent of the SECAS geography. Extent of SECAS Boundary The SECAS geography encompasses the states and territories that are part of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, which includes 15 states as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. This SECAS boundary layer also includes the areas of the marine environment currently covered by Southeast Blueprint 4.0. The Southeast Blueprint covers the entire SECAS geography with the exception of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where the appropriate spatial plans have not yet been identified. Input Data Kentucky, West Virginia, and Virginia: A 2015 Tiger line version of U.S....
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Southeast Blueprint v4.0 The Southeast Conservation Blueprint is a map of important areas for conservation and restoration across the Southeast and Caribbean. The Blueprint is the primary product of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy (SECAS). Through SECAS, diverse partners are working together to design and achieve a connected network of lands and waters that supports thriving fish and wildlife populations and improved quality of life for people. Extent of Southeast Blueprint v4.0 The Southeast Blueprint covers the entire SECAS geography with the exception of the U.S. Virgin Islands, where the appropriate spatial plans have not yet been identified. The SECAS geography encompasses the states and territories...
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Southeast Blueprint v4.0 Hubs and Connectors This layer combines the hubs and connections underlying Southeast Blueprint 4.0 in the South Atlantic, Florida, and Appalachian subregions. Input Data -- South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Version 2.2: Hubs and corridors (considered connectors) -- Appalachian NatureScape Design (Phase II): Local cores and regional cores were considered hubs, while local connectors and regional connectors were considered connectors -- Florida Blueprint 1.3: The Florida Blueprint 1.3 update provides a layer that depicts hubs and connections (considered connectors) Mapping Steps South Atlantic Hubs: 1) Union together the vectors for marine and inland hubs. 2) Add a “SA_Input” field....
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The SECAS geography encompasses the states and territories that are part of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, which includes 15 states as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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The datasets that are available are intended to show different facets of the spatial and temporal distribution of surface water over the last 32 years. Some of those datasets are intended to be mapped (e.g. the seasonality layer) and some are intended to show the temporal change at specific locations (i.e. the water history). In addition, there are datasets that provide metadata on the number of observations and valid observations that were used and these can be used to estimate the confidence levels in the data.


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