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The Geospatial Technologies Program Team within the Center for Biological Informatics provides leadership in geospatial technologies (GT) to the U.S. Geological Survey and the biological and natural resource communities by creating and maintaining a Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Laboratory that develops, tests, and validates new GT methodologies of interest to partners and clients. The GT Program Team also coordinates and manages the GAP Analysis Program (GAP), the U.S. Geological Survey-National Park Service (USGS-NPS) Vegetation Characterization Program, and the Land Use History of North America (LUHNA) Program. These programs are leaders in developing new methods, protocols, and products, and provide spatial and biological data and information to clients and partners. Team members coordinate with other government, private, and non-government organizations to develop, implement, and promote geospatial and biological standards.