Data from: Incorporating explicit geospatial data shows more species at risk of extinction than the current Red List

Ocampo-Peñuela N, Jenkins CN, Vijay V, Li BV, Pimm SL

Date Published: November 15, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6983c

 

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Title Data from: Incorporating explicit geospatial data shows more species at risk of extinction than the current Red List
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Description There are six folders in the zip file, one for each region we covered. Inside each region's folder there are two .tiff files: the first one is a composite of ranges of endemic and threatened birds using their original range map from BirdLifer and Natureserve; the second file is a composite of the same species but after their ranges were refined by elevation and habitat using the methods described in the publication.
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Ocampo-Penuela N, Jenkins CN, Vijay V, Li BV, Pimm SL (2016) Incorporating explicit geospatial data shows more species at risk of extinction than the current Red List. Science Advances 2(11): e1601367-e1601367. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1601367

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Ocampo-Peñuela N, Jenkins CN, Vijay V, Li BV, Pimm SL (2016) Data from: Incorporating explicit geospatial data shows more species at risk of extinction than the current Red List. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6983c
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