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The Blueprint 1.0 Development Process is a final report that explains in detail how the Conservation Blueprint was created.
(THIS VERSION HAS BEEN SUPERSEDED by US-RIIS V2.0, November 2022, available at https://doi.org/10.5066/P9KFFTOD) Introduced (non-native) species that becomes established may eventually become invasive, so tracking introduced species provides a baseline for effective modeling of species trends and interactions, geospatially and temporally. The United States Register of Introduced and Invasive Species (US-RIIS) is comprised of three lists, one each for Alaska (AK, with 532 records), Hawaii (HI, with 6,075 records), and the conterminous United States (L48, with 8,657 records). Each list includes introduced (non-native), established (reproducing) taxa that: are, or may become, invasive (harmful) in the locality; are...
The original Simple Viewer displayed the South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint 1.0 at the subwatershed and marine lease block scale. In this interface you could also find information about other landscape scale conservation plans, land cover, and protection status.
DescriptionWelcome to the Conservation Blueprint 1.0 Map on the Conservation Planning Atlas! The Blueprint is a living spatial plan for responding to future changes like urban growth, sea level rise, and climate change. More than 300 people from 85 organizations were actively involved in developing this version of the Blueprint. This mapping interface, hosted on the Conservation Planning Atlas, is designed to help inform conservation decisions by allowing you to explore the Blueprint and add data layers. You’ll find information on priority areas, recommended actions, and other spatial data relevant to conservation planning.Learn more about the BlueprintLooking for something less complicated? Try the Simple Viewer...
The second iteration of the Simple Viewer displayed the South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint 2.0 at the subwatershed and marine lease block scale. In this interface you could also find information about other landscape scale conservation plans, land cover, and protection status.