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Joey Wisby
GIS Manager
Tennessee Chapter of
The Nature Conservancy
Relational Databases
(MS Access)
 Data Management
 Modeling
 Input/Output
GIS
(ArcGIS)
 Spatial Relationships
 Mappin...
Sources:
• TDEC Natural Heritage
• TVA Heritage
• TWRA Non-Game Inventory Program
• TWRAAquatic Database (TADS)
• Scientif...
Species Conservation Priority Score:
• Weight by Rarity/Legal Status
• G Rank (40 pts)
• S Rank (40 pts)
• Federal Status ...
• Terrestrial Occurrences Linked to 700-acre hexagon clusters
called rosettes
• Aquatic Occurrences Linked to NHDPlus Flow...
• Assume mapped semi-natural habitat restored to dominant matrix
forest type within subregion
• Use restored habitat prefe...
Terrestrial Habitat
Priorities
Stones River
Watershed
Potential Wetland
Priorities
Stones River
Watershed
Aquatic Habitat
Priorities
Stones River
Watershed
Riparian Priorities
for Adjacent and
Downstream Aquatic
Habitats
Stones River
Watershed
Riparian Priorities
for Terrestrial and
In/Downstream
Aquatic Habitats
Stones River
Watershed
Riparian Priorities
for Terrestrial and
In/Downstream
Aquatic Habitats
Stones River
Watershed
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
Mapping and Prioritizing Habitat Restoration, Tennessee, Joey Wisby
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  1. 1. Joey Wisby GIS Manager Tennessee Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
  2. 2. Relational Databases (MS Access)  Data Management  Modeling  Input/Output GIS (ArcGIS)  Spatial Relationships  Mapping Results  Visualizatioin/Interaction  Capture & Organize Information about 8 Elements  Detailed  Comprehensive  Spatially Explicit  Define relationships between elements  Use models to allow evaluation and prioritization
  3. 3. Sources: • TDEC Natural Heritage • TVA Heritage • TWRA Non-Game Inventory Program • TWRAAquatic Database (TADS) • Scientific Collection Permits • Various Others – BISON, etc. Faunal Group 2005 2013 Aquatic 5,268 22,035 Subterranean 961 6,000+ Terrestrial 19,396 47,525 Mollusk Hosts n/a 131,008
  4. 4. Species Conservation Priority Score: • Weight by Rarity/Legal Status • G Rank (40 pts) • S Rank (40 pts) • Federal Status (10 pts) • TN State Status (10 pts) • Exponential (G1 = 40, G2 = 20, G3 = 10, etc) •Viability/Confidence Scores for Observations • Last Observation Date (old records, less points) • Heritage EO Ranks Where Available
  5. 5. • Terrestrial Occurrences Linked to 700-acre hexagon clusters called rosettes • Aquatic Occurrences Linked to NHDPlus Flowlines & Associated Catchments • Subterranean Observations Linked to Cave Systems • Cave system entrances linked to 100-acre hexagons
  6. 6. • Assume mapped semi-natural habitat restored to dominant matrix forest type within subregion • Use restored habitat preference scores (P) for existing GCN occurrences in/around semi-natural habitat Net Restoration Priority = Restored Score – Current Semi-natural Score  If had antecedent or other potential restoration habitat map, could use to dictate restoration scenario
  7. 7. Terrestrial Habitat Priorities Stones River Watershed
  8. 8. Potential Wetland Priorities Stones River Watershed
  9. 9. Aquatic Habitat Priorities Stones River Watershed
  10. 10. Riparian Priorities for Adjacent and Downstream Aquatic Habitats Stones River Watershed
  11. 11. Riparian Priorities for Terrestrial and In/Downstream Aquatic Habitats Stones River Watershed
  12. 12. Riparian Priorities for Terrestrial and In/Downstream Aquatic Habitats Stones River Watershed
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