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  • Expansion of Peninsular Florida LCC Conservation Planning Atlas and Simple Viewer
    CBI is expanding on previous work with the Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative (PFLCC) to further develop the PFLCC Simple Viewer to provide greater functionality and flexibility. One key change is to allow aggregation of summary information across a series of watersheds within the landscape. In addition to expanding the PFLCC Simple Viewer, CBI will create ...
  • Improved South Atlantic Conservation Blueprint Version Viewer
    CBI is working with the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (SLCC) to incorporate updates to the Conservation Blueprint, a living spatial plan that identifies shared conservation priorities across the South Atlantic region, into their Simple Viewer, an online viewer that allows stakeholders in the region to explore and engage with ...
  • Enhancing the Resilience of Edaphic Endemic Plants through Refined Vegetation and Soils Characterizations
    Southern California NCCPs support edaphic endemic plants that face low genetic diversity due to reduced population sizes, geographic isolation, and loss of pollinators.  To enhance the resilience of these species across their ranges, we must manage threats to increase population sizes, identify potentially suitable habitat to connect existing populations, find ...
  • Water Planning Information Exchange: A web-based application to exchange water resource information for the state of California
    CBI worked with the California Department of Water Resources (DWR) to develop the Water Plan Information Exchange (Water PIE), powered by Data Basin, to promote integrated regional water management through data sharing. Water PIE is available at https://cadwr.databasin.org/.  Key functionality includes the ability to explore groundwater monitoring ...
  • Brachypodium Phase II Project
    The Brachypodium Phase II project continues treatment of the invasive grass, Brachypodium distachyon, in two locations in San Diego County where it threatens the persistence of covered species and sensitive habitats and increases wildfire risk to these resources. Objectives are to refine Brachypodium Best Management Practices (BMPs) for application at ...
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