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Clipping Kernel Density Boundaries

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

Hello:

 

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?

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