This dataset contains data to generate example prioritizations for the pale-headed Rosella (Platycercus adscitus) in Queensland, Australia.

Format

cs_pus

sp::SpatialPolygonsDataFrame() object.

cs_spp

raster::raster() object.

cs_space

raster::stack() object.

Details

The objects in the dataset are listed below.

cs_pus

sp::SpatialPolygonsDataFrame() planning units. The units were generated as \(30km^2\) squares across the species' range, and then clipped to the Queensland, Australia (using data obtained from the Australia Bureau of Statistics; http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/1259.0.30.001?OpenDocument). They were then overlaid with Australia's protected area network (obtained from the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) at http://www.protectedplanet.net/). This attribute table has 3 fields. The area field denotes the amount of land encompassed by each unit, the cost field is set to 1 for all units, and the status field indicates if 50% or more of the units' extent is covered by protected areas.

cs_spp

raster::raster() probability distribution map for the P. adscitus clipped to Queensland, Australia. This map was derived from records obtained from The Atlas of Living Australia (http://ala.org.au/)

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cs_space

raster::stack() describing broad-scale climate variation across Queensland (obtained from http://worldclim.org/, and resampled to \(10km^2\) resolution).

Examples

# load data data(cs_pus, cs_spp, cs_space) # plot data # \dontrun{ plot(cs_pus)
plot(cs_spp)
plot(cs_space)
# }