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  • First of all, a GIS model was created, which aims to use a least-cost path algorithm to determine the general course of the corridors as precisely and in as much detail as possible. This is particularly necessary because the area under investigation, at more than 30,000km², covers more than a third of the total size of Austria - and thus could not be processed in a justifiable time frame on an expert basis alone. In a next step, the results of the GIS model will be used as a basis for further expert work. This offers the possibility to additionally take into account local particularities as well as findings from workshops, etc. This way, a result can be elaborated that can be used as a basis for the development of the GIS model. In this way, a result can be developed that is spatially accurate even at a scale of 1 : 10,000 - and not only in the bottlenecks. - ConNat-AT as Zip -File: complete dataset of all narrows, corridors and core areas in Austria (Esri Shapefile, EPSG 25833 (UTM N33, ETRS 1989)). Attributes: Name (designation), Cat (category: 1 core area, 2 corridor, 3 narrows), Info (link to further information), ESPrior (narrows priority: 0 no narrows, 1 primary narrows, 2 secondary narrows), Area (in ha). - ConNat-AT and Lower Austrian axes as Zip file: Corridor axes in Lower Austria: ConNat and already existing axes from Lower Austria Atlas (Esri Shapefile, EPSG 25833 (UTM N33, ETRS 1989)). Attributes: Name (designation), SymbolID (0 international corridor, 1 supraregional corridor, 2 regional corridor), Buffer (radius in metres), LASTUPDATE (last change).