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Clipping Kernel Density Boundaries

Question asked by Esoxdiver on Sep 15, 2014
Latest reply on Sep 30, 2014 by Esoxdiver



I've created kernel density estimates using the spatial analyst tools on Barn Owl Dispersals.  I have the owls' locations and dispersal routes layered over GAP land cover data in order to perform a compositional analysis of habitat use.  I am using kernel density estimates (KDE) to find the proportion of use in each habitat found within each boundary layer of the KDE.  My question: Is it possible to clip out the land cover within each boundary layer of the KDE?