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Fact Sheet: Assessing Future Energy
Assessing Future Energy Development Across the Appalachian Region
Fact Sheet: Science Investments
Our work and achievements in 2016 and 2017 built upon the collaborative scientific foundation established in our earlier years, while continuing towards a ...
Fact Sheet: The Web Portal
APPLCC WEB PORTAL OVERVIEW: Empowering Partners to Deliver Conservation and Connect Landscapes
Fact Sheet: AppLCC Overview
Today a range of monumental conservation challenges confronts the Appalachians. This includes the loss and fragmentation of natural habitats; disruptions in ...
Fact Sheet: Riparian Restoration Decision Support Tool
An innovative web-based tool - funded by the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) and developed by researchers from the U.S. Forest Service and ...
Fact Sheet: Stream Impacts
Assessing current and future water withdrawal scenarios to inform decisions for achieving sustainable water ows that meet human demands and sustain healthy ...
Fact Sheet: Cave and Karst Resources
Addressing knowledge gaps to better protect unique landforms and their wealth of hidden biodiversity.
Fact Sheet: NatureScape
Landscape Conservation Design and On-Line Conservation Planning Tool
Fact Sheet: Habitat - Meadows and Marshlands
Meadows are open grasslands where grass and other non-woody plants are the primary vegetation. With no tree coverage, meadows are typically open, sunny areas ...
Fact Sheet: Habitat - Forested Stream and/or Seepage
Forested stream environments are typically found in the buffer zones between forested land and stream banks, often known as riparian zones. Stream headwaters ...
Fact Sheet: Ecosystem Benefits and Risks
Fact Sheet: Ecosystem Benefits and Risks
Fact Sheet: Assessing Vulnerability of Species and Habitats to Large-scale Impacts
New vulnerability assessments for 41 species and 3 habitats in the Appalachians.
Fact Sheet: NatureScape FAQ
Frequently asked questions about NatureScape
Fact Sheet: Landscape Dynamics Assessment Tool (LanDAT)
LanDAT delivers monitoring information in a way that helps users interpret landscape-change and resilience
Fact Sheet: Habitat - Open Woodlands
Used generally to describe low density forests, open woodland ecosystems contain widely spaced trees whose crowns do not touch, causing for an open canopy, ...
Fact Sheet: Habitat - Forest/Woodlands
Forest/Woodland habitats describe large areas primarily dominated by trees, with moderate ground coverage, such as grasses and shrubs. Density, tree height, ...
Fact Sheet: Tennessee River Basin Network
The Tennessee River winds its way for roughly 650 miles through Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and back into Tennessee, before reaching Kentucky where it ...
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