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Date of publication: November 21, 2022

Version 2

Date of publication: November 21, 2022

Type of change: Metadata

Description: We improved the summary, the source and the metric.

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Global habitat availability for mammals from 2015-2055

by Daniele Baisero

Habitat availability for each mammal species (total 5090 species) in 0.25 degrees cells, from 2015 to 2055 in 5 year intervals, for the SSP/RCP scenarios. Developed for the BES-SIM project by the University of Sapienza team using the InSiGHTS (Integrated Scenarios of Global Habitat for Terrestrial Species) model . ...(continue reading)

Data: netCDF (2.51GB)
Metadata: ACDD (JSON) | EML (XML)

MammalsHabitatsGlobalLand cover

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The title of the dataset. Global habitat availability for mammals from 2015-2055
The date on which this version of the data was created in YYYY-MM-DD format.
A paragraph describing the dataset.
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Habitat availability for each mammal species (total 5090 species) in 0.25 degrees cells, from 2015 to 2055 in 5 year intervals, for the SSP/RCP scenarios. Developed for the BES-SIM project by the University of Sapienza team using the InSiGHTS (Integrated Scenarios of Global Habitat for Terrestrial Species) model .
Provide the DOI number of associated publications. Click Plus to add DOIs.
https://doi.org/
10.1016/j.oneear.2020.05.015
The method of production of the original data.
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Outputs of the InSiGHTS (Integrated Scenarios of Global Habitat for Terrestrial Species) Habitat Suitability Model, based on land-use and climate projections for SSP/RCPs. More details in: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2020.05.015
The coverage content type describes the general content type of the resource (multiple selection possible).
The name of the Project.
The URL from the project website. https://globalmammal.org
The name of the person or other creator type principally responsible for creating this data.
The email of the person or other creator type principally responsible for creating this data. daniele.baisero@gmail.com
daniele.baisero@gmail.com
The names of the co-creators responsible for creating this data. Click Plus to add co-creators.
Select between Creative Commons (CC) or Non-CC license.
Please select the CC license from the list. We recommend the use of CC BY 4.0

Essential Biodiversity Variables

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Genetic composition
Intraspecific genetic diversity
Genetic differentiation
Effective population size
Inbreeding
Other
Species populations
Species distributions
Species abundances
Other
Species traits
Morphology
Physiology
Phenology
Movement
Other
Community composition
Community abundance
Taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity
Trait diversity
Interaction diversity
Other
Ecosystem functioning
Primary productivity
Ecosystem phenology
Ecosystem disturbances
Other
Ecosystem structure
Live cover fraction
Ecosystem distribution
Ecosystem Vertical Profile
Other
Ecosystem services
Pollination
Other
Cross-cutting

Biological entity

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Species
Communities
Ecosystems
Other
None
A description of the range of taxa or ecosystem types addressed in the dataset. E.g. "300 species of mammals”, “Forests”, etc.
The reference as a URL. N/A

Metric

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Scenario

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Spatial domain

Global
Continental/Regional
National
Sub-national/Local
degree
southWest lat: -90, lon: -180
northEast lat: 90, lon: 180

Temporal domain

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decadal
annually
monthly
weekly
daily
Other
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Irregular
Single time
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Environmental domain *

Terrestrial
Marine
Freshwater
Miscellaneous information about the data, not captured elsewhere. N/A