Gap Analysis Project

Species

GAP has delineated species range and predicted distribution maps for more than 2,000 species that occur within the continental U.S. as well as Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Our goal is to build species range maps and distribution models with the best available data for assessing conservation status, conservation planning, and research.

Species Vision

Species Vision

Our goal is to build species range and predicted habitat maps with the best available data for assessing conservation status, conservation planning, and research. 

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Species Viewer

Species Viewer

The Gap Analysis Project Species Viewer allows users to view species range maps and distribution models in an interactive map that allow species data to be viewed individually or in combinations.

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Date published: June 25, 2020
Status: Active

Introduction to the Gap Analysis Project Species Viewer

Welcome to the Gap Analysis Project (GAP) Species Viewer.  

Date published: February 14, 2019
Status: Active

Species Vision

Our goal is to build species range and predicted habitat maps to support state, regional, and national biodiversity assessments for the conservation status of native vertebrate species and to facilitate the application of this information to land management activities. These data are intended to describe patterns of species geographic location and basic habitat associations.

Contacts: Kevin J Gergely, PhD, Alexa J McKerrow, PhD, Steve Williams, Matt Rubino, Nathan Tarr
Date published: February 12, 2019
Status: Active

Species Data Overview

GAP has delineated species range and predicted distribution maps for more than 2,000 species that occur within the continental US as well as Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Our goal is to build species range maps and distribution models with the best available data for assessing conservation status, conservation planning, and research.