Landscape Similarity Toolbox

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The Landscape Similarity Toolbox was developed by the Great Basin Landscape Ecology Lab at the University of Nevada to assist scientists and land managers with selecting control sites that are as similar as possible. Although the tools were developed with large-scale landscape treatments in mind, such as prescribed burning, grazing, and forestry actions, they should be applicable to observational studies and smaller scale experiments that aim to capture landscape context.

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