Where Marine Protected Areas would best represent 30% of ocean biodiversity
datasetposted on 10.04.2020 by Qianshuo Zhao
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
This is the final result data of the paper 'Where Marine Protected Areas would best represent 30% of ocean biodiversity'. The side length of each cell is 100 km along lat and lon. In the tif file the priority value in each cell from low to high is from '0' to '1'. The cells in the first row & column and last row & column are no data cells (having the value '-1' as the same as the land cells) due to the necessity of Zonation algorithm. The top 30% prioritized cells were selected as the 'the Prioritized Area' in the paper.