NatureServe is most effective when our data are applied. The value-added tools and services that we develop transform this information into actionable knowledge in the service of scientific understanding and biodiversity conservation.
Species Distribution Modeling (SDM) is an innovative GIS-based method used to produce predictive maps of where species are likely to occur and likely not to occur.
Conservation planning provides the basis for a better world.
NatureServe scientists and collaborators used a standard framework to classify and describe nearly 800 ecosystems across LAC.
The Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard provides a common language for marine ecosystems.
The CMECS Catalog is an online searchable database of the units described in the Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard
Areas of Critically Imperiled and Imperiled Species in the United States
These distribution maps model the expected ranges of 782 species of birds, mammals, amphibians, and plants endemic to the Andes-Amazon regions of Peru and Bolivia.
One-stop access to location information for North America’s endangered plant and animal populations.
NatureServe Explorer is an authoritative source for information on more than 100,000 plants, animals, and ecosystems of the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
Discover the natural communities and natural history of D.C.’s Rock Creek Park – explore the map, find seasonal highlights, “build” your hike and print a report on what you will see. Pages