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USGS GAP Bulletin 16 (2008)

Published Aug 11, 2008

Features

Improving the Characterization and Mapping of Wildlife Habitats with Lidar Data: Measurement Priorities for the Inland Northwest, USA
Sebastián Martinuzzi, Lee A. Vierling, William A. Gould, and Kerri T. Vierling

Multiple Scale Integrated Range Maps for Modeling Predicted Distributions of Vertebrate Species in the U.S. Virgin Islands
William A. Gould and Mariano Solórzano

A Pilot Project to Visualize Kentucky’s Modeled Vertebrate Habitat Change

Brian D. Lee, Collin D. Linebach

Land Cover

Applications of SWReGAP Data to Conservation
Kenneth G. Boykin , William Kepner, and David Bradford

Using GAP Data in Invasive Plant Ecology and Management

Gary N. Ervin

Providing Digital Access to Ancillary GAP Data
Julie Prior-Magee

Aquatic

Applications of a Broad-Spectrum Tool for Conservation and Fisheries Analysis: Aquatic Gap Analysis
James E. McKenna, Jr., Paul J. Steen, John Lyons, and Jana Stewart.

Using Aquatic GAP Models to Inform Conservation Decisions: A Framework
Elise R. Irwin, Kathryn D. Kennedy, James T. Peterson, Mary C. Freeman, Byron J. Freeman, and Gareth T. Turner

International

Methodological Approach to Identify Mexico’s Terrestrial Priority Sites for Conservation
Tania Urquiza-Haas, Melanie Kolb, Patricia Koleff, Andrés Lira-Noriega, and Jesús Alarcón

Final Report Summaries:

Puerto Rico Gap Analysis Project
William A. Gould

Minnesota Gap Analysis Project
Compiled from final project report

Ohio Gap Analysis Project
Compiled from final project report

Vermont and New Hampshire Gap Analysis Project
Compiled from final project report

Illinois Gap Analysis Project
Compiled from final project report

Indiana Gap Analysis Project
Compiled from final project report

Northwest Regional Project Report
Anne Davidson

Suggested citation:Maxwell, Jill, Gergely, K., Aycrigg, J., and Davidson, A., editors. 2008. Gap Analysis Bulletin No. 16. USGS/BRD/Gap Analysis Program, Moscow, ID.