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Analysis performed in November 2001, using the GLOBIO methodology as of November 2001, and the DCW (ESRI/NIMA) as data source, together with the GLCCv2 (USGS) landcover.
Land cover classifications has been used for the non-impacted (wilderness) areas in the map graphics.
Uploaded on Tuesday 21 Feb 2012
Human impact - Africa
Torstein Olsen and Einar Lieng, Statens Kartverk (for UNEP/GRID-Arendal)
Africa is home to some of the greatest wilderness areas in the world, as well as some of the greatest biodiversity hotspots. The GLOBIO analysis shows that the great deserts and the Central African rain forests have huge remaining tracts that show low human impact and development.