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Polygon locations of fire perimeters in the Sky Island mountain ranges in the Madrean Archipelago Ecoregion of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. These fires occurred from 1985 to 2011 and were mapped using Landsat satellite imagery.
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of CAs affecting the Terrestrial Montane Lifezone Distribution CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate an Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA) for the CE. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint...
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These data were reprojected to USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic_USGS_version and clipped to the MAR REA boundary. This raster dataset is a classification of bhdXXXXbc (base case scenario) from ICLUS v1.2 which is produced using the SERGoM v3 model, depicts housing density for the coterminous US in 2000, based on 2000 US Census Bureau block (SF1) datasets. (The classication is shown below.) A raster layer that portrays not-developed (and assumed to be undevelopable) called DEV20091024_depicts protected/unprotected lands and Census water polygons. Land was removed from blocks (reducing the area of a block, but not its number of housing units -- assuming that private housing units must be on private land) that...
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The National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) is a feature-based database that interconnects and uniquely identifies the stream segments or reaches that make up the nation's surface water drainage system. NHD data was originally developed at 1:100,000-scale and exists at that scale for the whole country. This high-resolution NHD, generally developed at 1:24,000/1:12,000 scale, adds detail to the original 1:100,000-scale NHD. (Data for Alaska, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands was developed at high-resolution, not 1:100,000 scale.) Local resolution NHD is being developed where partners and data exist. The NHD contains reach codes for networked features, flow direction, names, and centerline representations for areal water...
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This dataset contains per-pixel anomailes (z-scores) for each variable, which is the distance between two climate means in units of standard deviation. This includes change for the recent time slice (1981-2012) and future timslice (2040-2069). Recent anomalies are 800m resoultion and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future anomalies are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Anomaly = delta (recent or future)/ standard deviation of baseline
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the CAs affecting the North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA...
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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This dataset contains per-pixel anomailes (z-scores) for each variable, which is the distance between two climate means in units of standard deviation. This includes change for the recent time slice (1981-2012) and future timslice (2040-2069). Recent anomalies are 800m resoultion and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future anomalies are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Anomaly = delta (recent or future)/ standard deviation of baseline
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A mask that allows layers underneath the raster map of Pronghorn distribution to be displayed across the Madrean Archipelago Rapid Ecological Assessment (REA) boundary.
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the invasives CAs affecting the Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified...
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Trends measure the magnitude and statistical significance within the recent 32-year timeslice (1981-2012) using a combination of two tests. Theil-Sen slope was used to calculate magnitude of change within the recent timeframe; a Theil-Sen linear regression line is fit to the 32-year time series. The change in the value of this line across the 32-year period indicates magnitude of climate change. The Mann-Kendall test was used to calculate p-values to measure the statistical significance of the magnitude of the 32-year trend. Change was only deemed statistically significant in places where the Mann-Kendall p-value was less than 0.05.
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U.S. Counties (Generalized) represents the counties of the United States in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. These data were reprojected to USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic_USGS_version and clipped to the MAR REA boundary.
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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The Vista tool is used to create a Scenario of the invasives CAs affecting the Mogollon Chaparral CE and applies user-input Landscape Condition Model (LCM) scores to generate ESAs for each of the CEs. The LCM consists of Site Impact scores and impact Distances for each CA category. Site Impact scores are a value between 0 and 1 representing the impact of the CA on the relevant CEs. A score close to 1 indicates negligible or no impact from that CA. A score close to 0 indicates the highest possible impact, e.g. an interstate highway that makes the area in which it occurs completely unsuitable for the CE. Distances are set in meters and extend the impact of the CA from the footprint out for the specified distance,...


map background search result map search result map Mapped fire perimeters from the Sky Island Mountains of US and Mexico: 1985-2011 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_04 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" deltaratio_1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_03 BLM REA MAR 2012 Current and Future Climate Anomalies - anomaly_1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_05 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" deltaratio_1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_02 BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream 30m BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_tmax_11 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Montane Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 hc2010bc BLM REA MAR 2012 Mask of Pronghorn Distribution BLM REA MAR 2012 NHDPointEventFC - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 Current and Future Climate Anomalies - anomaly_1901_1980_2040_2069_nffd_03 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_1981_2012_ppt_01 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_tmax_08 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_10 BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment of invasives CAs: Mogollon Chaparral BLM REA MAR 2012 U.S. Counties (Generalized) - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_07 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on invasives: Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate Trends - trend_1981_2012_tmax_14 BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Status Assessment based on invasives: Pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) BLM REA MAR 2012 NHDPointEventFC - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 U.S. Counties (Generalized) - MAR BLM REA MAR 2012 Mask of Pronghorn Distribution BLM REA MAR 2012 Aquatic Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment: North American Warm Desert Lower Montane Riparian Woodland, Shrubland and Stream 30m Mapped fire perimeters from the Sky Island Mountains of US and Mexico: 1985-2011 BLM REA MAR 2012 Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecological Status Assessment of invasives CAs: Mogollon Chaparral BLM REA MAR 2012 Ecological Integrity Assessment (EIA): Terrestrial Montane Lifezone BLM REA MAR 2012 hc2010bc BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_1981_2012_ppt_01 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate Trends - trend_1981_2012_tmax_14 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_04 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" deltaratio_1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_03 BLM REA MAR 2012 Current and Future Climate Anomalies - anomaly_1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_05 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" deltaratio_1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_02 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_tmax_11 BLM REA MAR 2012 Current and Future Climate Anomalies - anomaly_1901_1980_2040_2069_nffd_03 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_tmax_08 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_cmd_10 BLM REA MAR 2012 Climate "Deltas" 1901_1980_2040_2069_ppt_07