GIS Data for: Cross-boundary human impacts compromise the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem

Dataset

Description

Available spatial datasets:
Chapter 3:
- GSME SRTM 3 500m Focal Statistics Mean Hillshade (data from SRTM-3)
- GSME CHIRPS Mean Annual Rainfall - calculated from CHIRPS data over the period 2001-2017 (Climate Hazards Group, Santa Barbara; analysis: Michiel Veldhuis)
- GSME Main Rivers
- GSME lakes
Chapter 6:
- Land use data - Landsat 5 TM, 7 ETM+ (slc-on) and 8 (period 1984 - 2018; analysis: Anna Estes)
Chapter 7 (data from Google Earth Pro; analysis: Michiel Veldhuis):
- GSME Protected Areas Boundaries
- GSME Bomas 2016
- GSME_vectordata - Livestock Paths 2016
Chapter 8 & 9:
- GSME_data_v1 - Main Rivers
- GSME_vectordata - Livestock Paths 2016
- GSME Bomas 2016
- GSME Protected Areas Boundaries
- GSME Last burned 2001 to 2016 - compiled from Moderate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer data (MODIS MCD64 V6); analysis: Michiel Veldhuis
- GSME sentinel2 RGB 201612
Chapter 10:
- GSME_data_v1 - Main Rivers
- GSME_vectordata - Livestock Paths 2016
- GSME Bomas 2016
- GSME Protected Areas Boundaries
- wildebeest_occupancy_change1999_2007_vs_2008_2017 - Change in wildebeest utilization between the periods 1999-2007 and 2008-2017 from radio collared individuals (data credit Grant C. Hopcraft and Thomas Morrison, University of Glasgow)
Date made available1-Apr-2019
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Temporal coverage1984 - 2018
Date of data production2015 - 2018
Geographical coverageGreater Serengeti-Mara ecosystem in East Africa, including Serengeti National Park, Tanzania & Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

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