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Published Dec 15, 2010

The Iowa Aquatic Gap Analysis Project (IAGAP) began in 2001 to identify areas in the state where fish species richness lacked adequate protection under existing land ownership and management regimes.  Another main goal of the project was to create fish prediction data for Iowa streams and rivers.

Datasets created:

To accomplish these goals, the Iowa GAP team prepared an assortment of datasets that led to the creation of three main datasets:

  • Iowa streams and rivers
  • Iowa fish habitat models for 157 species
  • Iowa land stewardship (ownership and management)

For more information about Iowa’s Aquatic Gap Program, please visit their website.

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