CBI Tools
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  • Additional Tools
    Explore CBI’s tool design and development - compiled and categorized here for your convenience. We collaborate with clients from start to finish, going through several rounds of QA/QC to ensure a robust product. All tool development is based in rigorous conservation science and applies to real-life problem solving. Please contact Nik or Jim if you want us to build a tool for ...
  • Climate Consoles
    Climate Consoles are web-based mapping applications, designed to allow a user to explore climate projections and logic model results for specified areas of interest for a variety of geographies. Climate Consoles provide science-based and actionable climate data to encourage smarter, more comprehensive landscape-level conservation planning efforts and decisions. Within the Climate Consoles, users can access comprehensive and current climate data ...
  • Data Visualization Tools
    Explore CBI’s tool design and development - compiled and categorized here for your convenience. We collaborate with clients from start to finish, going through several rounds of QA/QC to ensure a robust product. All tool development is based in rigorous conservation science and applies to real-life problem solving. Please contact Nik (nik.molnar@consbio.org) or Jim (stritt@consbio.org ...
  • Decision Support Tools
    Explore CBI’s tool design and development - compiled and categorized here for your convenience. We collaborate with clients from start to finish, going through several rounds of QA/QC to ensure a robust product. All tool development is based in rigorous conservation science and applies to real-life problem solving. Please contact Nik (nik.molnar@consbio.org) or Jim (stritt@consbio.org ...
  • Environmental Evaluation Modeling System (EEMS)
    The Environmental Evaluation Modeling System (EEMS) is a tree-based, fuzzy logic modeling system. With EEMS, data from different sources and different numerical domains can be combined to answer questions in areas such as current and future potential habitat value, ecological/development conflict, and landscape vulnerability to climate change. To use EEMS, a user builds a tree-based logic model in which ...
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