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The Nature's Stage Climate Mapper allows users to explore the geoclimatic stability of HUC5 watersheds within the Pacific Northwest.

Geoclimatic Stability, as defined here, is a measure of a natural system’s capacity to remain stable as the climate changes over time. The stability of a particular watershed is based on two factors, 1) climate departure which is a measure of how different the future climate is projected to be from the historical climate, and 2) climate resilience which a measure of how resilient an area is expected to be to changes in climate (based on topoclimate diversity and landscape permeability) . The Nature’s Stage Climate Mapper was developed by the Conservation Biology Institute in collaboration with Oregon State University, The Nature Conservancy, and the Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative, with additional funding and support provided by the Bureau of Land Management.