Conservation Prioritization

Spatial conservation prioritization is the work of identifying priority areas for conserving biodiversity and ecosystem function to inform the allocation of conservation actions and most efficiently meet conservation goals. Here we focus on mapping done in combination with projections of the effects of future climate change scenarios as an input, along with other key datasets that are used in the process. Please see also this search for more resources related to this topic on the Climate Commons: conservation prioritization

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Type: Dataset
Titlesort descending Creator Date Subjects
California Rangeland Priority Conservation Areas California Rangeland Conservation Coalition - The Nature Conservancy rangelands
California Conservation Easement Database (CCED) GreenInfo Network Continually updated. conservation lands
California Protected Areas Database (CPAD) GreenInfo Network Continually updated. conservation lands
Conservation Prioritization for California Landbirds Point Blue Conservation Science 2011 species distribution modeling, habitat conservation, birds
Tidal Marsh Bird Conservation Prioritization Point Blue Conservation Science 2012 birds, climate-smart conservation