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REA Training Resources 

Below are training resources for the Rapid Ecoregional Assessments (REA).  They cover a variety of subjects including information on what REAs are, how they are conducted and how you can access data and other products produced by the assessments. 

Training Videos

The following videos explain different aspects of REA

What is a REA?

This module reviews where the REAs are located, the components of an REA, how REAs are conducted, and how REAs enhance local management.

David Wood

How to conduct an REA

This module reviews how REAs are conducted, including the different phases of the assessment, the major products, and the people involved.

David Wood

REA Data Portal

How to Access REA Reports, Data, Maps and Models.   This module gives a demonstration of how to use the portal to access a variety of REA products.

Megan Walz 

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Status of Climate Modeling

Conservation Biology Institute
The evolution and future of climate change modeling with a focus on what's relevant to land managers.

Dominique Bachelet, PhD


User Guides

REA Data Portal Users Guide (available to the public) – learn how to access reports, data, maps and models through the REA Data Portal
REA SharePoint Users Guide (available to DOI only) – learn how to access reports, data, maps and models through the REA SharePoint site

Other Resources


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Methods and Results of the Colorado Plateau and Sonoran Desert REAs

A summary of the methods and results of the Colorado Plateau and Sonoran Desert REAs.

Jim Stritholt, Conservation Biology Institute