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USGS GAP Bulletin 6 (1997)

Published Aug 11, 1996


Species Occurrence: What, Why, and Where?
Randall Boone and William Krohn

GAP Analysis of the Vegetation of the Intermountain Semi-Desert Ecoregion
David Stoms

Final Report Summary: New Mexico Gap Analysis Project
Bruce Thompson

Final Report Summary: Washington Gap Analysis Project
Christian Grue, Kelly Cassidy, and Karen Dvornich

Final Report Summary: Wyoming Gap Analysis Project
Tom Kohley

Mapping the Kansas Grasslands: A Multiseasonal Approach
Stephen Egbert, Chris Lauver, Clayton Blodgett, Kevin Price, and Ed Martinko

A Preliminary Analysis of GAP Land Cover Mapping Procedures
Marlen Eve, James Merchant, and K.C. Kroll

Regionalizing State-Level Data
Patrick Crist and Mike Jennings

Progressing Toward a Standardized Classification of Vegetation for the U.S.
Michael Jennings

Use of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Easements for the South Dakota GAP Stewardship Layer
Dorothy Dateo, Michael Estey, Kenneth Higgins, Jonathan Jenks, & Rex Johnson

An Alternative Approach to Land Cover Mapping in Complex Terrain
John McCombs, Scott Klopfer, Dave Morton, and Jeff Waldon

“Merge”: Breakthrough Software for User-Defined MMUs
Ray Ford, Roland Redmond, and Steve Barsness

Spectrum Software for Texas Gap Analysis
Carlos Gonzalez-Rebeles, Nick Parker, Raymond Sims, Yonglun Lan, & Miguel Cano

A Review of MetaMaker
Jerry Cox

J. Michael Scott

Kansas: An Example of GAP Partnering
Jack Cully and Glennis Kaufman

Conservation Planning and Local Governments
Daryl Durham

First International Gap Analysis Project
Carlos Gonzalez-Rebeles, Nick Parker, Vincent Burke, Michael Jennings, & Gerardo Ceballos

In Pursuit of the Aquatic Component of Gap Analysis
Michael Jennings

What’s Hot: Some Recent Applications of GAP Data
Elisabeth Brackney

Notes and Announcements

Suggested citation: Brackney, E.S., and M.D. Jennings, editors. 1996. Gap Analysis Bulletin No. 6. USGS/BRD/Gap Analysis Program, Moscow, Idaho.