the .kml file should contain only one polygon with no inner rings.
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2. Draw the extent:
you can draw only one polygon.
Step 2. Select the data for the tool:
Use data from:
Use as extent:
Step 3. Run the tool:
Click on the map to obtain information about active feature values
Step 1. Select a species for which you want to calculate the path:
Step 2. Click on the icons below and then on the map to select the start point and the end point:
Step 3. (optional) Add your own data in kml format for comparison:
Step 4. Run the tool:
Johannes Signer (Federal Environment Agency, Vienna) has calculated this superspecies model using 4 species: brown bear, wolf, lynx
and red deer. This model is based on a neighbourhood approach, the occurrence was calculated for a neighbourhood of 5*5 cells.
Occurrence on a specific location: value "x" means x out of 4 species can be found in that area.
Choose the number of occurrences:
Places where 1 out of 4 species can be encountered.