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Species include: Gray wolf, Beaver, Habor porpoise, Mountain lion, River Otter, Masked shrew, Black bear, Heath hen, Spotted sandpiper, Scarlet tanager, Timber rattlesnake, Spotted turtle, Marbled salamander, Green frog, Human, Northern Short-tailed Shrew.
Please note that, Mannahatta’s Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is not currently available, however you can view the DEM data and several of the other datasets listed above at the OASIS website, by turning on layers under “Historical Land Use.”
As they become available, data from the Welikia Project will also be posted here. Now available are our first Welikia datasets, for the Newtown Creek watershed and the Bronx between the Bronx River and the Harlem River: