The Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture and the Appalachian LCC are serving up curated and georeferenced spatial data for partners working in our geography. Some data will be available following the completion of funded projects while other foundational datasets are available now. Newly developed and customized decision-support tools will be served up using an open-source platform through our portal to allow managers and conservation practitioners to make dynamic and scenario-based decisions using the best scientific data. Newly developed and customized decision-support tools like the is served up using the Support Tool Appalachian LCC GIS and Conservation Planning Tool that allows managers and conservation practitioners to make dynamic and scenario-based decisions using the best scientific data.
The Appalachian LCC and Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture Partnership's Science-based GIS and Planning Tool is designed to support the conservation community and their diverse needs to view, create, and analyze spatial data and maps. This platform provides access to a suite of scientific data, relevant to a variety of conservation planning goals/tasks including the execution of custom designed decision support tools. These tools allow a manager or conservation practitioner to make dynamic scenario-based decisions using the most current scientific information.
The Riparian Restoration Prioritization to Promote Climate Change Resilience (RPCCR) is a web-based tool to allow managers to rapidly identify high-priority riparian restoration targets.
A dynamic index of data available on the Appalachian LCC Cloud to Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture members.
The LCC is dedicated to providing data, resources, and science to partners throughout our geography. Our GeoNode Server is the primary platform for data modeling, visualization, and creating and saving maps. We are also supporting more advanced data manipulation for those wishing to use data in a desktop GIS environment.
This folder contains all of the EBTJV's brook trout assessment data sets.
Tools specific to EBTJV, such as GEOFIN and Fish Habitat, Climate and LandUse Change
The Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture has developed priority scores for project selection to assist in identifying areas that are best for restoration, best for enhancement, and best for protection for the states in the EBTJV region.
Maps specific to Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture.
This folder is where members can upload provisional data for EBTJV review and posting.