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Analysis of Meta-information for Landscape Conservation in the Great Northern Area
The Great Northern LCC is supporting 28 science projects focused on delivering a shared information base in an effort to achieve its stated goal “to coordinate, facilitate, promote and add value to large landscape conservation to build resource resilience.” In 2010 and 2011, the GNLCC committed over $2.4 million to a range of partners and landscapes. To promote documentation and dissemination of data, models, tools, and documents from the funded science projects for use in landscape-scale conservation, the information is described in the quick reference and integration guide, Analysis of Meta-information for Landscape Conservation in the Great Northern Area (updated quarterly).
This table summarizes the products derived (or to be derived) from the GNLCC 2010 and 2011 supported projects. In some cases, notably peer-reviewed publications, numbers are estimated because exact tallies are not yet known. The ‘Count’ indicates the total number of products described in proposals submitted for funding. In some cases, more derived products are expected, as indicated by ‘>’. The ‘Completed’ field will be updated quarterly. Product details are listed in Appendix I of the above mentioned reference and integration guide.
Products are Available on LC MAP
All products will be documented with resource appropriate metadata and stored on the GNLCC’s Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal, LC MAP. Some products are also accessible through project websites. LC MAP is a comprehensive tool to create, manage, document, and analyze geospatial data. It provides a virtual collaborative workspace allowing multiple partners to securely share and access common datasets and information to further coordinated research, management, and resource conservation.
Phases of the Analysis
The analysis of meta-information will occur in four phases. The Analysis of Meta-information document mentioned above is included in Phase 1.