NatureServe Habitat Suitability Modeling

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Generate high-resolution habitat maps for imperiled species

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Through a landmark collaboration, NatureServe has released a portfolio of maps that identify areas critical to sustaining our nation's rich biodiversity. With support from Esri, The Nature Conservancy, and Microsoft's AI for Earth program, NatureServe and our network of natural heritage programs created a comprehensive set of habitat models for over 2,200 at-risk species in the contiguous United States, including those ranked as Globally Critically Imperiled (G1) or Globally Imperiled (G2), or those listed as full species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. Analyzed in conjunction with protected areas boundaries, these data support mapping areas of high biodiversity importance—an invaluable input to guide effective conservation decision-making. The above content is cited from https://www.natureserve.org/conservation-tools/projects/map-biodiversity-importance
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