Publication on data.gouv.fr

This dataset cannot be published on data.gouv.fr.
Show details…

Contacts

IFREMER
Author
Station de Sète - Avenue Jean Monnet - CS 30171 - 34203 Sète Cedex Sete - France
IFREMER
Publisher

Credit

Horizon 2020 ATLAS project (EU)

Predicted present-day suitable habitat and future climatic refugia habitat for deep-sea species on the North Atlantic

Type: datasetLicense: not specifiedCategory: biotaResolution: 25 metersLast update: unknown
Species distribution

Distribution of predicted suitable habitat for six cold-water-coral, six deep-water fish and one sponge species, on the North Atlantic (18°N to 76°N and 36°E to 98°W). For each species, predicted habitat distribution was obtained for present-day conditions (1951-2000) and for the future climate refugias, i.e. the areas that were predicted as suitable both for present-day and forecasted future (2081-2010) conditions. The dataset gathers 26 raster layers created on the same grid of 25km * 25km resolution, downgraded from source layers (3km *3km resolution) that were created within the work package 3 of EU ATLAS project. The presence (value=1) of climate refugia and the relative cover (value ranging from 0 to 1) of present-day suitable habitat was extracted in gridsquares. This dataset was built to feed a basin-wide spatial conservation planning exercise, targeting the deep sea of the North Atlantic. The goal of this approach was to identify conservation priority areas for Vulnerable…

Display more…
Data origin:

Habitat Suitability Models were developed by IMAR (Instituto do Mar, Universidade dos Açores, Horta, Portugal), for six fish, six coral, and one sponge species to assess the patterns of deep-sea species distribution and forecast their change under future climate change scenarios (ATLAS EU Deliverable 3.3). The relative cover of present-day suitable habitat and the presence of future climate refugia was extracted in 25km * 25 km gridsquares of the raster grid used for the ATLAS spatial prioritization. Source data reference: Morato, T, González‐Irusta, J‐M, Dominguez‐Carrió, C, et al. Climate‐induced changes in the suitable habitat of cold‐water corals and commercially important deep‐sea fishes in the North Atlantic. Glob Change Biol. 2020; 26: 2181– 2202. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14996

Telmo Morato, José-Manuel González-Irusta, Carlos Dominguez-Carrió, Chih-Lin Wei, Andrew Davies, Andrew K. Sweetman, Gerald H. Taranto, Lindsay Beazley, Ana García-Alegre, Anthony Grehan…

Display more…

Purpose: not specified

Data life cycle, according to producer:
Creation date: unknown
Update frequency: unknown

Resources

Morato, T, González‐Irusta, J‐M, Dominguez‐Carrió, C, et al., 2020.

Morato, T, González‐Irusta, J‐M, Dominguez‐Carrió, C, et al. Climate‐induced changes in the suitable habitat of cold‐water corals and commercially important deep‐sea fishes in the North Atlantic. Glob Change Biol. 2020; 26: 2181– 2202. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14996

DOI of the dataset

DOI of the dataset

Data preview

Spatial extent

Loading the map