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Near-Term Future (2025) Landscape Condition Status in Current (2012) Modeled Olive-Sided Flycatcher Habitat in the Yukon River Lowlands – Kuskokwim Mountains – Lime Hills

DataSet on Olive-Sided Flycatcher from North America

Some of the YKL rasters intentionally do not align or have the same extent. These rasters were not snapped to a common raster per the authors’ discretion.

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Current Landscape Condition Status in Current Distribution of Chum Salmon in the Yukon River Lowlands – Kuskokwim Mountains – Lime Hills

DataSet on Chum Salmon from North America

The landscape condition model evaluates the degree of human impact on the landscape. Changes in land use including infrastructure, transportation, and natural resource development can result in partial or complete loss of suitable riparian habitat.

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Near-Term Future (2025) Landscape Condition Status in Current Distribution of Sheefish in the Yukon River Lowlands – Kuskokwim Mountains – Lime Hills

DataSet on Sheefish from North America

The landscape condition model evaluates the degree of human impact on the landscape. Changes in land use including infrastructure, transportation, and natural resource development can result in partial or complete loss of suitable riparian habitat.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Elk Forage Offtake Sampling

DataSet on Elk from North America

Many factors combine to determine how much vegetation consumption can occur before a habitat is no longer sustainable.

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park Elk-Managed Grasslands

DataSet on Elk from North America

Elk habitat management in the park includes many diverse techniques. Through the grassland and fenced management program, the elk herds are managed under natural conditions to assure a genetically sound breeding population, provide appropriate viewing opportunities for public enjoyment, and support scientific studies.

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