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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)
The Stream Habitat Viewer helps bring people together to restore and conserve Maine’s natural heritage while looking for opportunities to ease the financial burdens of road and dam owners. The Viewer displays habitats for several stream-dependent species important to Maine’s economy, ecology and way of life. It also provides locations and information about dams and road crossings, which can act as barriers to the movements of fish and wildlife and the stream processes that create and maintain habitat. Use the Contacts list to learn more about the habitats in your area, funding sources for projects and Stream-Smart crossings.
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Pleasant River Paddle
Flat water paddling event
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File Summary/Notes: Connecticut River Project Terrestrial Sub-Team - 22 April 2014
Connecticut River Project Terrestrial Sub-Team: Meeting notes- 22 April 2014
Located in Teams / / Terrestrial and Wetland Technical Subteam / April 22, 2014 Subteam Meeting (Terrestrial/Wetland)