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A new version of the Protected Areas Database of the U.S. (PAD-US), has major federal, state and easement updates, an easier-to-use data structure...
The USGS Gap Analysis Project, part of Core Science System's Science Analytics and Synthesis, has released terrestrial vertebrate species richness...
Increasing wood pellet exports from the United States are projected to lead to changes in land use and timberland management, including a shift from...
A new dataset of habitat distribution for terrestrial vertebrate species in the conterminous United States is now available from the USGS.
The largest data release in the 20+ year Gap Analysis effort in the number of data layers and extent. Over 1,700 species/subspecies known range and...
We are pleased to announce the release of a new report, Completing America’s Inventory of Public Parks and Protected Areas: An Action Plan for 2016-...
A 45 minute webinar recording is now available for anyone who wants to learn more about PAD-US.
GAP and LANDFIRE are working together to develop the strategy for producing the 2016 National Terrestrial Ecosystems Dataset for the United States.
GAP’s National Land Cover Dataset has a new name: GAP/LANDFIRE National Terrestrial Ecosystems.
Updated national geospatial inventory of public parks and open space lands features greater coverage and accuracy.