SWReGAP Vertebrate Habitat Distribution Models - TIGER SALAMANDER (Ambystoma tigrinum)

Aug 3, 2011
Mapping of terrestrial vertebrates focuses on linking a spatial representation of species-habitat matrices to geographic distribution. Each model is a combination of distribution from regional and state references in association with contiguous appropriate habitats. Ranges for all species were based on 8-digit HUCs. Habitats were based on a raster SWReGAP 1 acre MMU land cover data set, with hydrology habitats added in from USGS NHD dataset directly or through modeling. Habitat association information was obtained from various state, regional, and national references with updates from scientific literature. This portion of the Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project produced predicted habitat distribution maps for 820 species.
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This database in not intended for site-specific analyses. Interpretations derived from its use are suited for regional and planning purposes only. Acknowledgment of Southwest Regional Gap Analsysi Project is appreciated. See limitations and disclaimers in Larger Work Citation, on national GAP home page(http:www.gap.uidaho.edu), or New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit ().
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