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USGS GAP Bulletin 5 (1996)

Published Aug 11, 1995


Some Scales for Describing Biodiversity
Michael Jennings

GAP Implementation: GAP Implementation Scorecard
Sara Vickerman

The Indiana Gap Analysis Metaproject Approach
Forest Clark

Expanding Roles for Gap Analysis Data in Arkansas
Rob Dzur

MRLC Update and New Rules for TM Access: The Landsat Program Management Agreement

The Ecological Society of America’s Vegetation Classification Panel
Michael Jennings

Landscape Information Infrastructure in Pennsylvania
Wayne Myers, Robert Brooks, Gerald Storm, and Joseph Bishop

Use of Gap Analysis Data to Establish Goals and Priorities for Individual Land Management Units – National Wildlife Refuges in Washington State
Christian Grue, Kelly Cassidy, Michael Smith, Karen Dvornich, Jane Cassady, and Susan Fregien

Modeling Grizzly Bear Habitat Suitability in Idaho
David Mattson

Point Sampling Surveys with GPS-logged Aerial Videography
Dana Slaymaker

Land Management Status Categorization in Gap Analysis: A Potential Enhancement
Patrick Crist, Julie Prior-Magee, and Bruce Thompson

A Preliminary Comparison of MMU Aggregation Procedures for Raster Data
Richard Thompson, Rob Dzur, and W. Fredrick Limp


The Role of Winter Bird Distribution in Conservation Planning

Plant and Animal Species Data Useful to GAP Investigators

Application of Gap Analysis to Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation

Suggested Citation: Brackney, E.S., and M.D. Jennings, editors. 1995. Gap Analysis Bulletin No. 5. USGS/BRD/Gap Analysis Program, Moscow, Idaho.