I try to create climatic envelopes of tree species in ArcGIS like Christian Kölling here: https://www.lwf.bayern.de/mam/cms04/boden-klima/dateien/afz-klimahuellen-fuer-27-baumarten.pdf
For this I have climate data as raster format and tree data as raster format. I have already converted the tree data into shapefile and blended it with the climate data set, so that my result is now: Where the trees are, I have the temperature in one layer (grid) and the precipitation in one layer (grid). How can I go on now? I would have to represent the data as in a scatter plot with points, only as an area. And then, if possible, calculate different percentiles.
Since I'm not very familiar with ArcGIS, I don't know how to do this. Can anybody help me further?
Example Climate envelope and percentils:
Example how Christian Köllings climate envelopes looks like:
Green: The climate envelope of Picea abies in Europe. Yellow dottet: climate of the Picea Abies habitat in Germany today. Red: climate of the Picea Abies habitat in future.