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Refinement of Gopher Tortoise Habitat Identification and Related Land Cover Data. The benefits of this project include: 1) much improved gopher tortoise remote habitat identification that could have a strong influence on potential listing status (with the likelihood that significantly more habitat may be identified); 2) better statewide land cover data regarding scrubby flatwoods and potentially refined mesic flatwoods and dry prairie classifications; and 3) potential spin off benefits regarding better habitat identification for related species such as gopher frogs and other xeric adapted species that might be found in on drier flatwoods and dry prairie sites.This raster represents a potential habitat for the Florida...
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These data represent a potential Conservation Target (CT) for PFLCC's Priority Resource (PR): Connectivity. Wide-ranging species are an important component for Connectivity in Florida. The data layer represents the predicted distributions of three wide-ranging species in Florida -- the Florida Black Bear, Florida Panther, and the Eastern Indigo Snake. PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource is based on the Florida Ecological Greenways Netword's Greenways layer -- Bear and Panther Connectivity are part of the consideration for the original layer. For metadata on PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource, please see the data layer of the same name in PFLCC's Connectivity Gallery. The predicted distribution for the Florida...
Refinement of Gopher Tortoise Habitat Identification and Related Land Cover Data. The benefits of this project include: 1) much improved gopher tortoise remote habitat identification that could have a strong influence on potential listing status (with the likelihood that significantly more habitat may be identified); 2) better statewide land cover data regarding scrubby flatwoods and potentially refined mesic flatwoods and dry prairie classifications; and 3) potential spin off benefits regarding better habitat identification for related species such as gopher frogs and other xeric adapted species that might be found in on drier flatwoods and dry prairie sites.This raster represents shows a prioritization of a refined...
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The data layer represents the predicted distributions of three wide-ranging species in Florida -- the Florida Black Bear, Florida Panther, and the Eastern Indigo Snake. PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource is based on the Florida Ecological Greenways Netword's Greenways layer -- Bear and Panther Connectivity are part of the consideration for the original layer. For metadata on PFLCC's Connectivity Priority Resource, please see the data layer of the same name in PFLCC's Connectivity Gallery. The predicted distribution for the Florida Black Bear and the Florida Panther were derived from the Wildlife Habitat Conservation Needs in Florida (see 2009 publication) but updated in 2016 with the Cooperative Land Cover Version...
Refinement of Gopher Tortoise Habitat Identification and Related Land Cover Data. The benefits of this project include: 1) much improved gopher tortoise remote habitat identification that could have a strong influence on potential listing status (with the likelihood that significantly more habitat may be identified); 2) better statewide land cover data regarding scrubby flatwoods and potentially refined mesic flatwoods and dry prairie classifications; and 3) potential spin off benefits regarding better habitat identification for related species such as gopher frogs and other xeric adapted species that might be found in on drier flatwoods and dry prairie sites.Continuation of Water Restoration Analyses. Considerable...


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