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Habitat Models

Habitat models are binary representation of a species’ spatial distribution at 30 m resolution, extracted from the Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project. These encompass only terrestrial vertebrate species as were outlined by the original USGS project. Given the extent of the Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project, these models represent only the spatial distribution of the species’ in Colorado. Follow the links below to your desired taxonomic group.

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