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Production and implementation of a habitat suitability model for breeding bald eagles in the lower Chesapeake Bay (Model construction through habitat mapping)
  • Published Date:
    1994
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Virginia, Division of Natural Heritage, ; College of William and Mary, Center for Conservation Biology, ; Virginia Environmental Endowment ; ... More ▼
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    Summary -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Phase I: data collection/model construction -- Phase II: model implementation/land classification --

    "The principal objectives of this study are: 1) to parameterize and screen a series of relevant landuse [sic] variables for their ability to predict habitat quality for breeding Bald Eagles, 2) to construct a quantitative tool capable of delineating lands in Virginia's coastal plain according to their value as a habitat for breeding Bald Eagles, and 3) to delineate lands in selected "demonstration" areas for the purpose of providing local jurisdictions with the information needed to make informed decisions regarding land use and habitat needs of Bald Eagles."--leaves 2-3.

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