In 'Predicted (1989-2015) and forecasted (2015-2114) rate of change and recovery of sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) following energy development in southwestern Wyoming, USA (ver. 2.0, January 2021)', we provide spatially- and temporally-explicit maps of predictions for the rate of change and time to recovery and percent recovery of sagebrush cover after 100 years (Monroe et al. 2020). The rasters beginning with "sage.rate" depict the predicted annual rate of change in sagebrush cover for each timestamp interval, across the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative area (WLCI) in southwestern Wyoming, USA (1989-2015). The files 'time_to_recov_v2.0.tif' and 'perc_recov_v2.0.tif' are rasters for predicted time to recovery and percent recovery after 100 years, respectively, following energy development across the WLCI area. Literature cited: Monroe, A. P., C. L. Aldridge, M. S. O'DOnnell, D. J. Manier, C. G. Homer, and P. J. Anderson. 2020. Using remote sensing products to predict recovery of vegetation across space and time following energy development. Ecological Indicators 110:105872.
|Title||Predicted (1989-2015) and forecasted (2015-2114) estimates for rate of change and recovery of sagebrush (Artemisia spp.) following energy development in southwestern Wyoming, USA (ver. 2.0, January 2021)|
|Authors||Adrian P Monroe, Cameron Aldridge, Michael O'Donnell, Daniel Manier, Collin Homer, Patrick J Anderson|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Fort Collins Science Center|