Wildlife Habitat Modeling

Wildlife habitat modeling helps organizations and land management agencies better understand where priority habitats occur for rare or sensitive species. Good habitat models provide discreet and spatially explicit information on habitat conditions based on objective data inputs such as GIS or remote sensing derived bio-physical variables, and/or field derived habitat element statistics. Modeling can be an effective way to provide much needed baseline data and statistics for tracking and predicting changes to critical habitat overtime.

Pacific Biodiversity Institute projects involving Wildlife Habitat Modeling:

(PDF) Mt. Spokane State Park Forest Health Assessment 2007


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