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Freshwater aquatic indicator revisions

The indicator testing and revision team is halfway though the process of revising the freshwater aquatic and waterscapes indicators. A few of these revisions are in pretty good shape and are ready for a broader set of folks to review: 1) Improved Riparian Buffer Indicator This new layer is finer scale, uses updated landcover, and [...]

By |December 7th, 2015|Blueprint Staff Blog, Featured|Comments Off on Freshwater aquatic indicator revisions

Southeast Resilient Landscapes Fund uses indicator to select focus area in the Greater Pee Dee

Many of you may remember that one of your cooperative's landscapes indicators (resilient biodiversity hotspots) is based on The Nature Conservancy's (TNC) Terrestrial Resilience Project. The new Southeast Resilient Landscapes Fund recently used the same information to select three focus areas (including the Greater Pee River area) for supporting land protection projects. It's great to [...]

By |June 11th, 2015|Blueprint Staff Blog|Comments Off on Southeast Resilient Landscapes Fund uses indicator to select focus area in the Greater Pee Dee

Third Thursday Web Forum

November 21st, 2013:  "Identification of evolutionary hotspots based on genetic data and gap analysis of hotspots in protected lands encompassed by the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative" with Greg Moyer, Regional Geneticist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The southeastern United States is a recognized hotspot of biodiversity for a variety of aquatic taxa, including fish, amphibians, [...]

By |November 21st, 2013|0 Comments