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Predicted suitability for EUNIS habitat types

by Stephan Hennekens

The modelled suitability for the EUNIS habitat types is an indication of where conditions are favourable for each habitat type based on classified sample plot data (European Vegetation Archive), predictors and the Maxent software package. The modelled suitability maps may be used as a proxy for the potential geographical distribution of the habitat types in given environmental and climatic envelopes. Note however that the suitability is not repre ...

Last update: November 12, 2021 - 15:45

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EuropeTerrestrial ecosystemEUNISMaxentRS-EBVs

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