Climate Shield Bull Trout (50% Brook Trout), 2080 (Feature Layer)

Metadata Updated: December 3, 2020

This feature class represents the end-of-century (2070-2099) scenario for bull trout, derived from the Climate Shield fish distribution models. These models provide stream-specific probabilistic predictions about the occurrence of juvenile bull trout and cutthroat trout in association with three different scenarios for climate change and brook trout invasions. These datasets indicate all potential cold-water habitats less than 11 degrees Celsius. The attribute fields BT_0BRK - BT_100BRK indicate the probabilities of bull trout occurrence within a cold-water habitat based on the prevalence of brook trout at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100% of the sites within a habitat. The probabilities were predicted using the Climate Shield native trout models developed from known species occurrence in greater than 500 cold-water streams. The stream centerlines were based on the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) but were modified for purposes of modeling and cross-walking to other datasets.

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Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date December 3, 2020

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Harvested from USDA JSON

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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date December 3, 2020
Metadata Updated Date December 3, 2020
Publisher U.S. Forest Service
Unique Identifier Unknown
Data First Published 2018-06-21
Data Last Modified 2020-09-18
Category geospatial, health, biota, climatologyMeteorologyAtmosphere, environment, inlandWaters
Public Access Level public
Bureau Code 005:96
Metadata Context
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Metadata Type geospatial
Program Code 005:059
Source Datajson Identifier True
Source Hash b117215144266cbb4c4a2c4b090be618acb564f0
Source Schema Version 1.1
Spatial -123.8305,41.7788,-112.3256,49

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