Data from: Assessing the umbrella value of a range-wide conservation network for jaguars (Panthera onca)

Thornton D, Zeller K, Rondinini C, Boitani L, Crooks K, Burdett C, Rabinowitz A, Quigley H

Date Published: January 20, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8507n

 

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Title Habitat suitability for Mammals in JCUs and Corridors
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Description This file is an Excel database with four worksheets which details the results of an overlap analysis performed in ArcGIS between mammal habitat suitability models and Jaguar Conservation Units and corridors. Worksheets are labeled as "CA_JCU_Analysis", "SA_JCU_Analysis", "CA_Corridor_Analysis" and "SA_Corridor_Analysis". A description of each of these worksheets follows: "CA_JCU_Analysis" details the proportion of high, medium, and low quality habitat of co-occurring mammals that is contained within Jaguar Conservation Units (assuming the total available to be conserved is defined as either the total amount of habitat for each species within Central America, or within the range of the jaguar in Central America). Each row represents the values for a different species, and the columns the different categories of habitat quality. "SA_JCU_Analysis" details the proportion of high, medium, and low quality habitat of co-occurring mammals that is contained within Jaguar Conservation Units (assuming the total available to be conserved is defined as either the total amount of habitat for each species within South America, or within the range of the jaguar in South America). Each row represents the values for a different species, and the columns the different categories of habitat quality. "CA_Corridor_Analysis" shows the proportion of high quality habitat for co-occuring mammals in Central America that is contained within corridors - this value was calculated by summing the amount of high, medium, and low quality habitat contained within corridors and dividing by the total area of the corridor. This analysis was done for the actual modeled jaguar corridors, as well as 10 randomly generated corridors. Each row represents the value for each species, and each column represents the actual corridor or a randomly generated corridor, for each category of habitat quality. SA_Corridor_Analysis shows the proportion of high quality habitat for co-occuring mammals in South America that is contained within corridors - this value was calculated by summing the amount of high, medium, and low quality habitat contained within corridors and dividing by the total area of the corridor. This analysis was done for the actual modeled jaguar corridors, as well as 10 randomly generated corridors.
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Thornton D, Zeller K, Rondinini C, Boitani L, Crooks K, Burdett C, Rabinowitz A, Quigley H (2016) Assessing the umbrella value of a range-wide conservation network for jaguars (Panthera onca). Ecological Applications 26(4): 1112–1124. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/15-0602

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Thornton D, Zeller K, Rondinini C, Boitani L, Crooks K, Burdett C, Rabinowitz A, Quigley H (2016) Data from: Assessing the umbrella value of a range-wide conservation network for jaguars (Panthera onca). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8507n
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