Welcome to the ABMI’s Data & Analytics Portal—the source for ABMI raw data, derived data products, and mapping information we have collected for Alberta. Access our most recent datasets for species, habitat, and mapping products; view individual species profiles; camera trap data, and interact with our online mapping portal, and more. It’s all here!
Access and download ABMI’S data products, such as: species and habitat raw data; GIS data (e.g. human footprint, biodiversity intactness); remote camera mammal data, estimates of species relative abundance by habitat type, and more.
Take an in-depth look at current ABMI single species and multi-species analysis results. A key highlight are individual species profiles which summarize species habitat associations, impacts of human footprint, and predicted relative abundance in Alberta. Remote Camera Mammal Data are also included in the profiles.
View ABMI geospatial data through our custom mapping portal. Explore, visualize, and create maps and data summaries for areas of interest in the province of Alberta.
Access our online reports for summaries of ABMI data, such as human footprint, and state of environment reporting for selected regions of Alberta.
Amphibians species occurrence maps now available for species that vocalize during the breeding season. Occurrence information is based on data collected using automated recording units (ARUs) and can be viewed here.
Vascular plant species with wetland occurrence information can be identified using a wetland filter option on the vascular plant species search page.
We are working on adding species habitat association information for amphibians over the next few months along with habitat associations for mammals based on camera trap data.
ABMI's species profiles found in the Biodiversity Browser has been updated to include 2017 data, including updates to: species occurrence maps, habitat association graphs, sector effects, and predicted relative abundance maps. Two additions to species profiles are:
Species modeling results can be found in the Data Download section of the website under the category "Species-level Data Sets".
The ABMI monitors mid- to large-sized mammals using remote cameras deployed at terrestrial and wetland sites across Alberta. These data are used to measure habitat use, distribution, and current status of mammals, as well as monitor changes in mammal populations regionally and provincially over time. Access this data here.
The Human Footprint Inventory data and metadata for 2016 has been posted to the Data & Analytics Portal.
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