Species habitat and predictive distribution modeling
FNAI is currently developing predicted habitat distribution models using MAXENT and Random Forest approaches to inform US Fish and Wildlife Service Species Status Assessment (SSA).
We worked with NatureServe, in cooperation with ESRI and Microsoft, to develop the national Map of Biodiversity Importance (MoBI). MoBI is a collaborative predicted habitat modeling project intended to to identify the places most important for conserving at-risk species.
Longleaf Databases - FNAI is working with partners to develop a comprehensive map of documented longleaf pine occurrences and ecological conditions across the range.
Cooperative Landcover Map - FNAI and its partners are working to develop a single statewide land cover map based on best available data that has broad support and can be used by a diverse group of planners and managers.
Florida Forever F-TRAC acquisition project prioritization process
Decision support data and tools
CLIP - CLIP is a GIS database of statewide conservation priorities for a broad range of natural resources, including biodiversity, landscape function, surface water, groundwater, and marine resources.