eastern division reports data nature conservancy
The Eastern Conservation Science team was formed to address regional-scale conservation questions, beyond the scope of individual states. A commitment to data and analysis has led us to compile hundreds of high quality state-based datasets and combine them into seamless regional products/datasets. Over decades, we have built up a large library of datasets and reports on our analysis, and we are sharing this information to help others understand and evaluate the natural diversity of Eastern North America. 

The Eastern Conservation Science team works collaboratively with state-based Conservancy offices and outside partners to create a strong science foundation for conservation of important lands and waters.


This website is organized around ecological realms: 
    Climate Change:  Information on climate-resilientce sites in terrestrial,           freshwater and coastal systems.


Terrestrial: Information on land habitats and the plants and animals that inhabit them, from upland mountains, barrens and forests, to bogs, swamps and marshes. 

Freshwater: Information on streams, rivers, lakes, ponds and floodplain habitats, and the fish and mussels that depend on them. 


Marine: Information on seafloor habitats, eel grass estuaries, coastal shorelines, shellfish, cetaceans, shellfish, ground fish, and more.


We hope you discover content and tools here that help you with your own interests. Please contact us if you have questions or need more information.
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