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Transboundary Biome-Level Patch Importance and Centrality Flowlines

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Creation
2015-04-15 02:45:59
Last Update
2015-04-15 02:57:14

Citation

David M Theobald(Originator), Meredith McClure(Distributor), Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), LCC Network Data Steward(administrator), 2015-04-15(creation), 2015-04-15(lastUpdate), Transboundary Biome-Level Patch Importance and Centrality Flowlines

Summary

Patch importance provides a measure of how large, intact, and connected a “patch” of habitat is for each biome type. More “intact” patches are depicted using a more saturated (darker) color, whereas less intact have lighter, less saturated colors. Centrality flow lines depict the network of movement pathways that conceptually connect with the patches of a given biome type. Thicker and darker red lines indicate more central locations where more “movement flow” is predicted to occur, while the location of the lines depicts where the movement pathways are best placed to avoid places of high human activity.

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Purpose

This map was created to depict potential connectivity seamlessly across the GNLCC region.

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  • Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal

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