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MAPPR - Mapping and Prioritizing Parcels for Resilience

MAPPR - Mapping and Prioritizing Parcels for Resilience
Developers: 

Mass Audubon

Year released/updated: 
2016
Summary: 

Mapping & Prioritizing Parcels for Resilience (MAPPR) is a decision support tool informing parcel based land conservation prioritization decisions in Massachusetts.

Geographic scope: 
Massachusetts
Conservation phases: 
Forest conservation goals
Climate adaptation interests
Products: 
Requirements: 

Readily usable with minimal time, knowledge or technical requirements.

Additional details 

Mapping & Prioritizing Parcels for Resilience (MAPPR) allows land conservationists to identify the parcels within an area of interest that are the highest priorities for protection based on habitat quality, climate change resilience, water resource protection, parcel size and adjacency to existing protected parcels. MAPPR uses a variety of data sources to help prioritize parcels for conservation, including BioMap2, a precursor to Resilient & Connected Landscapes, and Critical Linkages Priorities (DSL-Conductance). There are four pre-calculated models, or a user can create a customized prioritization by selecting individual factors of importance.

 Learn more about the terms used in this tool profile from the Glossary.