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Proceedings of the Upper Midwest Gap Analysis Workshop, January 12-14, 1993


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The Environmental Management Technical Center hosted the first Upper Midwest Gap Analysis Workshop to initiate the coordination and implementation of Gap Analysis in the states of Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Presently, Gap Analysis projects are being completed on a state-by-state basis, depending on level of interest and need by each state. Because Gap Analysis provides a standardized method and format, as state projects are completed the data can be edge-matched with adjacent states to reveal actual patterns of biodiversity at scales relevant to both the magnitude of present-day changes and the multiple levels of biological organization. Gap Analysis products are being used by state and local governments, schools, and research [...]



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