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Final Report for Project: Extending the Northeast Terrestrial Habitat Map to Atlantic Canada

Dates

Date Reported
2015-08-10

Summary

The Northeast United States and Atlantic Canada share many of the same types of forests, wetlands, and natural communities, and from a wildlife perspective the region is one contiguous forest. However, resources are classified and mapped differently on the two sides of the border, creating challenges for habitat evaluation, species modeling, and predicting the effects of climate change. To remedy this, ecologists from The Nature Conservancy collaborated with a committee of scientists from various Canadian institutions to produce the first international map of terrestrial habitats for northeast North America. The project used extensive spatial data on geology, soils, landforms, wetlands, elevation and climate. Additionally, all four [...]

Contacts

Principal Investigator :
Mark G. Anderson, Charles Ferree, Kevin McGarigal
Funding Agency :
Northeast CSC

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ExtendingNETerrestrialMap_FinalReport_August2015.pdf 1.09 MB

Communities

  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • Northeast CASC

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