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Map Source:

  • Utah Gap Analysis: An Environmental Information System. 1997. USDI National Biological Service and Utah State University. Critical Value Habitat - an area that provides for "sensitive" biological and/or behavioral requisites necessary to sustain the existence and/or perpetuation of a wildlife species. High Value Habitat - an area that provides for "intensive" use by a wildlife species. Substantial Value Habitat - an area that provides for "frequent" use by a wildlife species. Limited Value Habitat - an area that provides for only "occasional" use by a wildlife species.