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File Case Study: Analysis of scale on boosted regression tree fish habitat models
Recent modeling efforts at the regional and FHP scale have indicated that smaller-scale models are likely necessary to pinpoint localized stressors. From discussions with experienced modelers and fishery professionals, HUC8 watersheds were agreed upon as the most appropriate scale. This report summarizes a case study that demonstrates the effect of scale on the assignment of stressors from predictive BRT models. Specifically, we modeled the same response at three different scales and for two separate HUC8 watersheds
Located in Projects / Downstream Strategies Project / Public working documents
Conserving Important Habitat for Amphibians and Other Wildlife
North Atlantic LCC Request for Proposals (RFP) calls for grants to compile mapping of vernal pools across the North Atlantic Region.
Located in News & Events / All News Items
File Data Delivery Standards and Specifications Template
This document is intended to provide government project managers with a selection of best practices, standards, and documentation focused on improving the quality of data and documentation delivered through contracts, agreements, and other collaborative activities.
Located in Teams / Information Management Team
File December 2019: SHEDS Applications Beyond New England
This presentation by Dr Jeffrey Walker (USGS, UMass-Amherst) explores the capabilities of Interactive Catchment Explorer spatial applications beyond New England. Current projects include tracking movements of PIT-tagged fish, evaluating ecological benefits of culvert and dam improvements, assessing vulnerability of endangered fish, and a streamflow alteration study. The presentation contains links to each interactive tool.
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
File D source code December 2019: Stream Grade Considerations for Epoxy Anchor Method
Many of our temperature loggers have been lost due to ice scour. This presentation by Kirstin Underwood (USFWS) briefly explores and analyzes stream grade considerations for the epoxy vs chain anchor method.
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
For Review
This folder contains items for review prior to distribution by the Info Management Team.
Located in Teams / Information Management Team
Gulf of Maine Coastal Program
The Gulf of Maine Coastal Program (GOMCP) works with a variety of partners to share information, knowledge, and capabilities for habitat conservation at the landscape scale to support healthy populations of fish and wildlife. Together, we protect and restore habitats that sustain diverse and abundant populations of fish, wildlife, and plants throughout the Gulf of Maine watershed. With the threat of climate change, successful landscape level habitat conservation will provide opportunities for fish and wildlife to adapt. This holistic approach ensures that individual projects produce meaningful and sustainable results for fish and wildlife and makes the best use of limited resources.
Located in Partners / U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Information Management Team
The Information Management Team works on NALCC issues surrounding IT and GIS. Starting with a Needs Assessment, we are now moving onto the implementation phase.
Located in Teams
Developed by The Nature Conservancy Eastern Division. Permeability, rather than being based on individual species movements, is a measure of landscape structure, incorporating the hardness of barriers, the connectedness of natural cover, and the arrangement of land uses. - See more at: http://bit.ly/18eOPIU
Located in Spatial Data / Terrestrial / Northeast Terrestrial Resilience (Permeability)
Maine Stream Habitat Viewer
Maine Stream Habitat Viewer has migrated to a new website
Located in Help / Adding Content