Land Change Modeler Software for ArcGIS

Version 2.0

The Land Change Modeler for ArcGIS software extension is an innovative land planning and decision support tool. With an automated, user-friendly workflow, Land Change Modeler for ArcGIS simplifies the complexities of change analysis, resource management and habitat assessment. Land Change Modeler for AcrGIS provides a start-to-finish solution for your land change analysis needs.

Land Change Modeler for ArcGIS is compatible only with ArcGIS 10.2 or later. The Land Change Modeler toolset is available also within the TerrSet software.

Land Change Modeler for ArcGIS Key Features

With Land Change Modeler, users can:

  • Quickly map land change and trends
  • Rapidly model future land change scenarios
  • Assess habitat risk and species impacts
  • Model species distribution and biodiversity
  • Perform REDD analysis for the estimation of carbon emissions from deforestation
  • Generate biological corridor designs
  • Develop reserve selection and design scenarios

Learn more about Land Change Modeler for ArcGIS


 
Land Change Modeler ArcGIS

The Change Analysis panel provides a set of tools for understanding the nature and extent of landcover change, including graphs of gains and losses, net changes and contributions experienced by any category. A simple one-click interface provides the ability to generate rapid maps of change, persistence, specific transitions and exchanges between categories.

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Land Change Modeler ArcGIS Corridor Design

Generate biological corridors for species planning and design scenario modeling that are optimized for habitat suitability, ecological significance and protection status.

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The Habitat Assessment panel maps areas into categories of primary and secondary habitat, primary and secondary potential corridor and unsuitable lands based on landcover and habitat suitability. The user specifies parameters such as home range size, buffer widths, and gap crossing distances within range and during dispersal.
 

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