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  • Output file of the "CIMPAL Calculator" service (step 6) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It represents the vulnerability of biotopes to the impacts of a given alien species according to the magnitude of impact reported.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It is the single band raster for the simplified version that aggregates all dates together.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It is the incidence map that represents the ratio of the occurrences of alien species by the total number of observed species.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It is the vulnerability map that represents the cumulative alien taxa observation for all the years.

  • Input file of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents the spatial layers for aggregating results at different scales or criteria. E.g. MSFD marine regions, countries, EEZ.

  • Output file of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It includes the statistics per zone of any given quantitative variable. The separator is a semi-colon and the first line contains the names of the fields. Each row provides the code of the zone and the spatial statistics of the quantitative variable.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Builder" service (step 4) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5). It is the invasive species datacube that is a CSV file including spatially aggregated invasive taxa and structured as follows: - Date - Geolocation code - Species name - Frequency - Minimum uncertainty.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Builder" service (step 4) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5). It is the class aggregated datacube that is a CSV file structured as follows: - Date - Geolocation code - Species name - Frequency - Minimum uncertainty.

  • Input file of the "CIMPAL Calculator" service (step 6) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents the habitat spatial layers, habitat names must match the biotope categories used in input file "Biotope_NIS_impact_matrix.csv". This information can be provided as a set of files with a single biotope per file (in which case the file must be named single_[name_of_biotope].shp )], as a file with multiple biotopes (in which case the name of each biotope is stored in a field called "Habitat"), or both.

  • Output file of the "CIMPAL Calculator" service (step 6) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It is the vulnerability of biotopes to invasive alien species according to the cumulative magnitude of impact reported.