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Net Migration Patterns for US Counties

Age-specific net-migration articles and statistics by county or state, for entire U.S., from University of Wisconsin-Madison Applied Population Lab.  Make maps and charts to visualize migration patterns.

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Food Environment Atlas

Get a spatial overview of community abilities to access healthy food at the USDA Economic Research Service's new Food Environment Atlas.
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US Census Bureau Flows Mapper

Migration flows, by age, sex, race, and Latino/Hispanic-origin, by county, for entire U.S., from U.S. Census Bureau

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Envision

GIS-based tool for evaluating alternative scenarios at community and regional scales for integrated planning and environmental assessments.
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ODFW Compass

Compass (Centralized Oregon Mapping Products and Analysis Support System) is an online data and planning tool to map Oregon's wildlife habitats developed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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2013
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Conservation Registry

The Conservation Registry is a cooperative effort launched by Defenders of Wildlife and several conservation partners. Its online database tracks and maps various on-the-ground restoration and management actions. Registry users can readily access and share data, reports, maps and contact information.

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NatureServe Explorer

An online encyclopedia of life and database of plants, animals, and ecosystems of the United States and Canada. The NatureServe Explorer has in-depth coverage for rare and endangered species. Use this tool to search species and/or ecological communities and systems by name, taxonomy, location or conservation status.

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Forest Health Protection Mapping and Reporting Portal

This U.S. Forest Service portal contains several mapping and reporting application that address drought, forest pest conditions, forest disturbance, insect and disease maps (past, present, and potential), and the reporting by users of pest and disease observations.

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Data Basin

Data Basin is a science-based mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship.  From the Data Basin website, a user can explore and organize data & information; create custom visualizations, drawings, & analyses; use collaborative tools in groups; publish datasets, maps, & galleries; and develop decision-support and custom tools.

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RAPTOR

RAPTOR (Real-Time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon) – is Oregon’s Common Operating Picture for Emergency Management and Response. RAPTOR enables Oregon Emergency Management (OEM) and authorized users within the broader emergency management community to view and interact with critical geospatial basemaps, aerial imagery, preparedness, hazards, weather and event, and other relevant information anywhere, anytime on a 24x7 basis.

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