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Terrestrial Wildlife Habitat Models

Wood Thrush Model Documentation - Designing Sustainable Landscapes

Documentation for the habitat capability model for Wood Thrush used in the Designing Sustainable Landscapes project led by the University of Massachusetts

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Blackpoll Warbler Model Documentation - Designing Sustainable Landscapes

Documentation for the habitat capability model for Blackpoll Warbler used in the Designing Sustainable Landscapes project led by the University of Massachusetts

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Terrestrial Wildlife Habitat Models

The project developed habitat capability models for representative wildlife species. It was part of a project led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst to enhance the capacity of partners to assess and design sustainable landscape conservation in the Northeast. These models (as subsequently expanded and enhanced by UMass) have been incorporated into two North Atlantic LCC-sponsored projects, "Connect the Connecticut" and "Nature's Network."

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