Kujala et al (2017) Spatial characteristics of species distributions as drivers in conservation prioritization - Data

Results of species-specific impacts on priority patterns and the spatial characteristics of each species. <div><br></div><div>The table gives numerical values for each species. Headings in this table correspond to:<br><br><div>set = species set</div><div>n = total number of species in the set</div><div>sp = species j ID</div><div>coverage = proportion of study area covered by species j distribution</div><div>J = mean Jaccard index between species j and all other species in the same set</div><div>spn = average species richness within species j distribution</div><div>cor = spatial correlation between the distribution of species j and the priorities built without it</div><div>rankdiff = absolute difference in priority ranks when species j included</div><div>AUC = mean difference in protection of all other species in a set when species j is included, measured using the area under the curve (AUC)</div><div>aoi = study area, GH: Greater Hunter, FIN: Finland</div><div><br></div><div>The zip file includes the spatial priority maps for the Finnish bird data set.</div><div><br></div><div><br></div><div>Updates to this data:</div><div>2 Jan 2018 - table of species values updated as AUC values for species set sizes of 50 accidentally missing in the previous version.<br>2 Jan 2018 - added prioritisation results for the Finnish bird data set</div></div>