Species-level Data Sets
Access ABMI statistical model results associated with the analysis of Alberta species. For species with sufficient data, the modelling results indicate preferred habitat (e.g. old deciduous forest, young harvested spruce stands), and how different land use activities (e.g. agriculture, energy development) are predicted to impact their populations. Results are available for the forested region (northern part of the province) and prairie region (southern part of the province).
Species-level Habitat Associations
Species statistical modelling results relating the relative abundance of each species to native vegetation type, soil type, or human footprint in Alberta.
Species-level Effects of Human Footprint
ABMI sector effects data are estimates of the total effects of different human footprint categories (e.g. agriculture, energy, forestry) on species; examples of sector effects graph results for species can be viewed in the Biodiversity Browser.
- Species & Habitat Raw Data
- Human Footprint Products
- Advanced Landcover Prediction & Habitat Assessment (ALPHA) Products
- Other Geospatial Land Surface Data
- GIS Data: Biodiversity
- Species-level Data Sets
- Species-level Habitat Associations
- Species-level effects of Human Footprint
- Habitat Use-Availability Data
- Remote Camera Mammal Data
- Rare Species Data
- Data Archive