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Habitat Priority Planner (HPP)

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Habitat Priority Planner (HPP) is a geographic information system (GIS) tool for identifying and prioritizing areas for conservation, restoration and land use planning. The tool can be used in conjunction with climate change data to assess potential impacts on fragmentation/connectivity and prioritize areas for conservation based on those impacts. Classroom and e-learning trainings are available on how to use this tool and information on the training can be found here.  For general support on HPP contact coastal.info@noaa.gov.

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