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Global habitat availability for mammals from 2015-2055

Dataset Creator Name: Daniele Baisero
Date of creation: 2020

Global habitat availability for 5,090 mammals in 5 year intervals (subset from 2015 to 2055). ...

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Title:

Global habitat availability for mammals from 2015-2055

Date of creation:

2020

Creator Name:

Daniele Baisero

Creator Email: daniele.baisero@gmail.com
Creator Organisation:

Department of Biology and Biotechnology Charles Darwin (BBCD)

Contact Name:

Daniele Baisero

Contact Email: daniele.baisero@gmail.com
Contact Organisation:

Sapienza University of Rome

Description:
Associated Publications: https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3451453
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2020.05.015
External links to the project: https://globalmammal.org/staff/daniele-baisero/
License:

CC BY 4.0

Essential Biodiversity Variables

EBV class

Species populations

EBV name

Species distributions

Metric

Metric 1
Name:

Habitat availability

Description:

Land-use of 5,090 mammals calculated in km2

Unit:

km2


Scenario

Scenario 1
Name:

Sustainability

Description:

SSP1-RCP2.6


Scenario 2
Name:

Middle of the Road

Description:

SSP2-RCP4.5


Scenario 3
Name:

Regional Rivalry

Description:

SSP3-RCP6.0


Scenario 4
Name:

Inequality

Description:

SSP4-RCP6.0


Scenario 5
Name:

Fossil-fueled Development

Description:

SSP5-RCP8.5


Spatial domain

Spatial extent:

Global

Spatial resolution:

0.25 degree

Spatial accuracy:

0.25 degree

Temporal domain

Temporal resolution:

Every 5 years

Temporal extent:

From 2015 to 2055

Biological entity

Entity type:

Species Taxonomy

Scope of entities:

Mammals

Environmental domain

Realm:

Terrestrial

Description:

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2020.05.015

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