Cerulean warbler was selected for the Designing Sustainable Landscapes project of the North Atlantic LCC (https://scholarworks.umass.edu/designing_sustainable_landscapes/) due to its associations with mature deciduous forests along riparian bottomlands or dry mountain slopes and ridges along the Appalachians and Northern Interior. The Landscape Capability (LC) index integrates habitat capability, prevalence and climate suitability into a single index that reflects the relative capacity of a site to support the species.
DeLuca, William V., "Designing Sustainable Landscapes: Representative Species Model: Cerulean Warbler (Setophaga cerulea)" (2018). Data and Datasets. 72.