LAND MANAGEMENT ISSUES
- Managing natural resources on a single installation
- How to use ecological models to help manage a species (or community) of conservation concern on a single installation.
- Managing natural resources across multiple installations
- How to use ecological models to plan management strategies for a threatened or endangered species at more than one installation.
- Identifying critical habitat
- GIS-based habitat models can provide a cost-effective means to locate areas likely to contain habitat for species or communities of conservation concern.
- Predicting the results of training and land management actions
- Ecological models can predict how training and other land management actions may affect the habitat for species or communities of conservation concern.
- Focusing monitoring activities
- Habitat models identify locations likely to contain habitat, so that monitoring activities can be focused on those areas most likely to contain the species or communities of concern.
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