Habitat Suitability

The habitat suitability problem is one where a close to extinct species has to be moved to another country/continent to determine if the species can successfully survive.

In this example, the Sumatran tiger (close to extinction) is to be relocated to central Africa where the habitat is to be assessed for its suitability.

Dhananjay Thiruvady
GeNIe 2.0 XML format
Biology > Ecology
Habitat, Tigers, Africa