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Layer: St. Thomas/St. John Maximum Slope of Slope (200 m radius) (ID: 94)

Parent Layer: Terrain Complexity

Name: St. Thomas/St. John Maximum Slope of Slope (200 m radius)

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Type: Raster Layer

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Description: This file geodatabse raster dataset was created by taking the maximum slope of slope value within a 200 m circular neighborhood around each pixel in order to highlight areas that are near places with high slopes. This layer can be informative for marine species with home ranges of certain sizes that may not have to be on rugose or complex seafloor, but must be nearby such areas. Slope of slope data was generated by taking the slope of the bathymetry layer was obtained using the spatial analyst slope tool. The output from that tool was fed back into the spatial analyst slope tool to obtain a second derivative of the bathymetry surface representing the rate of slope change between neighboring cells.

Copyright Text: National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS); Pittman, S. J., Poti, M., Jeffrey, C. F., Kracker, L. M., & Mabrouk, A. (2017). Decision support framework for the prioritization of coral reefs in the US Virgin Islands. Ecological Informatics.

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