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- Recommended Citation(s)*:
Ellis, E.C., K.K. Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty. 2014. Anthropogenic Biomes of the World, Version 2: 1900. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4J1012K. Accessed DAY MONTH YEAR.
Ellis, E.C., K.K. Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty. 2010. Anthropogenic Transformation of the Biomes, 1700 to 2000. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19 (5): 589-606. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2010.00540.x.
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The spatial data are provided in raster GeoTIFF and ESRI Grid formats. Raster cell sizes are 5 arc-minutes or 0.08333 decimal degrees (~10 km on a side at the equator). The ESRI Grids include a layer file for proper rendering of anthropogenic biome classifications. To download the data and readme file from a zip file, click on the links below.
|Global||GeoTIFF (522 KB)||ESRI Grid (981 KB)|
|Africa||GeoTIFF (95.6 MB)||ESRI Grid (111 KB)|
|Asia||GeoTIFF (193 KB)||ESRI Grid (376 KB)|
|Europe||GeoTIFF (43.9 KB)||ESRI Grid (70 KB)|
|North America||GeoTIFF (103 KB)||ESRI Grid (205 KB)|
|Oceania||GeoTIFF (45.5 KB)||ESRI Grid (95.1 KB)|
|South America||GeoTIFF (55 KB)||ESRI Grid (87.3 KB)|