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File ECMAScript program Description of Geophysical Settings TNC Resilient Landscapes (April 2014)
Description of Geophysical Settings TNC Resilient Landscapes excerpt from Anderson et al.
Located in Teams / Connecticut River Watershed Pilot / Documents
File Troff document Connect the Connecticut Report
Connect the Connecticut Report - report summarizing the process and results of the project. May 2016.
Located in Teams / Connecticut River Watershed Pilot / Documents
File Troff document Document: Process and Decisions for Design on the Connecticut River Pilot Project
This document includes the key decisions made through August 2014 on the Connecticut River Pilot Landscape Conservation Design Project. Where available, details such as the meeting at which we reached consensus, options considered, and associated documents are included.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 08-28-2014
File Presentation: Core Area Prioritization and Network Design
UMass presentation on Core Area Prioritization and Network Design
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 08-28-2014
File Review of Key Concepts and Answers to Some Frequently Asked Questions
Designing Sustainable Landscapes in the Northeast: A project of the NALCC and the Northeast Climate Science Center. Landscape Conservation Design, June 2014. Updated presentation posted 7/28/2014.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014
File Map: CT River Watershed - IEI and Resiliency
DRAFT Maps for illustrative purposes only. Side by side maps of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. The Index of Ecological Integrity (UMass) and Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation (The Nature Conservancy) are shown. These are two of the spatial datasets to be incorporated into the overall selection index for the conservation design.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014
File Map: CT River Watershed - Combined IEI, Resiliency
DRAFT Maps for illustrative purposes only. Side by side maps of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. The Index of Ecological Integrity (UMass) and Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation (The Nature Conservancy) are combined to highlight areas where these two indices align or diverge in their relative assessment of the landscape. These are two of the spatial datasets to be incorporated into the overall selection index for the conservation design.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014
File application/x-troff-ms Map: CT River Watershed - Stream Temperature, Rare Systems
DRAFT Maps for illustrative purposes only. Side by side maps of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. Headwater stream temperature sensitivity (USGS) and Rare Natural Communities are shown. These are two of the spatial datasets to be incorporated into the overall selection index for the conservation design.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014
File Map: CT River Watershed - Terrestrial Core Areas
DRAFT Maps for illustrative purposes only. Side by side maps of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. Two methods of creating core terrestrial areas are shown: the continuously scaled draft selection index and the kernel-expansion method in which the top 5% of the index (at left) is used as seeds to grow core areas until 30% of the landscape is represented.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014
File Map: CT River Watershed - Terrestrial and Aquatic Cores
DRAFT Maps for illustrative purposes only. Side by side maps of the entire Connecticut River Watershed. These maps show (1) potential terrestrial cores contrasting the slicing vs. the kernel approach and (2) a preliminary example of how the aquatic cores might look. Both are highly subject to change.
Located in Teams / / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team / Connecticut River Pilot Core Team Meeting 07-25-2014