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The Heritage Data Management System compiles information concerning elements of concern in Arizona and makes it available in many useful formats.
 
Species Abstracts: Compilations of information describing the taxonomy, life history, habitat use, range of occurrence and protection status for each species of concern. These abstracts are a synthesis of multiple information sources and are useful to a variety of users.

Environmental Review: The Project Evaluation section of the Arizona Game and Fish Department's Habitat Branch accesses and uses HDMS information to include in assessments of proposed land and water development projects statewide.

Database Reports: Reports are generated from HDMS information to target the needs of general and specific requests, including species lists for a geographic or managed area, information for a specific species, or data for a specific project.

Status Designation Notebook: A comprehensive listing of species included in the HDMS, along with the priority rankings and legal status, if any, for each species.

Distribution Maps: Visual representations of the distribution of species of concern or sites within a selected geographic area. Data can be assembled by species, taxonomic grouping, specific areas, or any number of other criteria and are useful in environmental reviews and other planning processes.
 
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