Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity

Coordinate system: 4269 - "NAD83"

Abstract:

The Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity is a partnership between the Nature Conservancy of Canada and the Ministry of Natural Resources (Natural Heritage Information Centre). The goal of the project was to identify a network of sites on the landscape that, if conserved, would sustain biodiversity in the Great Lakes region.

The Great Lakes Conservation Blueprint for Biodiversity is comprised of the following products:

  • Aquatic Coarse Filter Scoring Layers
  • Aquatic Conservation Blueprint
  • Aquatic Documentation Package
  • Aquatic Ecological Systems
  • Aquatic Total Scores Layer
  • Terrestrial Coarse Filter Scoring Layers
  • Terrestrial Conservation Blueprint - Southern Ontario and the Canadian Shield
  • Terrestrial Documentation Package
  • Terrestrial Ecological Systems
  • Terrestrial Total Scores Layers
  • For more information on each product, please see the metadata documents zip folder, which is available for download from the additional documentation section.

    Additional Documentation