A Gap Analysis of Kentucky July 2003 final report.

Creator: Gap Analysis Program (U.S.)
Creator: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Publisher: Moscow, Idaho : National Gap Analysis Office,
Date: 2003.
LCC: G3951.D1 2003 G2 compu/d
Description: Gap Analysis is nationwide U.S. Dept. of the Interior program that brings together problem-solving capacities of federal, state, and private scientists for unprotected diversity of animal and vegetation species.
Description: Disc 1. Final report PDF; GIS data: directories for mammals and herptiles, stewardships coverages and grids, supporting excel and dbf spreadsheets, includes EMAP hexagons for species richness -- Disc 2. GIS data: directories for breeding and wintering birds -- Disc 3. GIS data: land cover and supporting spreadsheets for land cover classification.
Description: System requirements: UNIX workstation or PC 486 or better; requires GIS software such as ArcView or ArcInfo; CD player 8x or faster.
Identifier: G3951.D1 2003 .G2
Subject: Biological diversity conservation Kentucky Maps.
Subject: Gap analysis (Planning) Kentucky Maps.
Subject: Vegetation mapping Kentucky Maps.

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Categories: Biological diversity conservation, CD-ROM, Gap analysis , Kentucky, Maps, Vegetation mapping