Gridded livestock of the world 2007

GRIDDED LIVESTOCK
OF THE WORLD
2007

William Wint and Timothy Robinson

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Table of contents

Part I   [653Kb]

Foreword
Summary
1. Introduction

    Why map livestock?
    Livestock diversity
    Which features to map?

2. Disaggregating population data

    Data prediction and extrapolation

3. Subnational livestock statistics

    Agricultural census methods
    Under-representation
    Data suppression

4. FAO global livestock information system

    Data archive structure and processing
    Supplementary and missing data
    Masking land suitable for livestock

Part II   [786Kb]

5. Modelling livestock distribution

    A worked example - Africa
    Standardizing predicted distributions
    Predictor variable

Part III   [1,2Mb]

6. Results

    Distribution of Bovine species
    Distribution of Small Ruminant species
    Distribution of Pig species
    Distribution of Poultry species

Part IV  [1,1Mb]    Part V    [1Mb]     Part VI   [1,2Mb]     Part VII   [1,2Mb]     Part VIII   [954Kb]     Part IX   [1,2Mb]

Results (cont'd)

Part X    [760Kb]

7. Applications

    Livestock biomass
    Livestock projections
    Livestock production estimates
    Livestock production balance
    Livestock movement
    Livestock disease assessment
    Livestock disease risk mapping
    Environmental impact analysis
    Spatial targeting of interventions

Part XI   [523Kb]    Part XII   [825Kb]    Part XIII  [779Kb]    Part XIV  [464Kb]    Part XV    [1,2Mb]

7. Applications (cont'd)

Part XVI    [905Kb]

8. Challenges and future directions
9. References

Part XVII    [495Kb]

Appendices

    Appendix A: Livestock numbers for Central America, the Caribbean and South America

Part XVIII   [830Kb]

    Appendix B: Livestock numbers Africa

Part XIX   [787Kb]

    Appendix C: Livestock numbers FOR Central, Eastern, Southern and South-Eastern Asia

Part XX   [51Kb]

    Appendix D:Livestock numbers for North America, Western Asia, Europe and Oceania

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