Species-level Effects of Human Footprint
This data are estimates of the total effects of human footprint categories on species. It includes total population effect (area of rectangle) and the "unit-effect" (y-axis value) for human footprint categories (columns) per species (rows). The human footprint percentage (x-axis value) is included in the downloadable file.
Human Activities Alter Native Habitats
Human activities alter native habitat. The impact of that activity on a species is determined by three factors: 1) how much area the footprint occupies; 2) how strongly—positively or negatively—the species responds to a footprint; and 3) how much of the footprint is in higher- versus lower-quality habitat for the species. For example, a species that lives in old upland forest may be more affected by the forestry sector than the energy sector, because forestry focuses on those older merchantable stands.
- Species & Habitat Raw Data
- Human Footprint Products
- Advanced Landcover Prediction & Habitat Assessment (ALPHA) Products
- Other Geospatial Land Surface Data
- GIS Data: Biodiversity
- Species-level Data Sets
- Species-level Habitat Associations
- Species-level effects of Human Footprint
- Habitat Use-Availability Data
- Remote Camera Mammal Data
- Rare Species Data
- Data Archive