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Comparison of Marine Spatial Planning Methods in Madagascar Demonstrates Value of Alternative Approaches

Figure 5

Two results of RGB visual overlay of primary variables (biodiversity, fishing pressure, exposure).

A: Biodiversity value expressed as fish species richness; B: Biodiversity value measured using the Zonation algorithm. Key shows classification in 3-dimensional RGB color cube, with biodiversity (letter B in the key) assigned to Red (z-axis), fishing (F) assigned to Green (y-axis), and exposure (E) assigned to Blue (x-axis). Only the colors formed on the inner and outer planes of the cube are visible. On the inner planes, one variable is always 0. On the outer planes, one variable is always 255. The inner corner (black) has 0 values for all variables. The outer corner (white) has values of 255 for all variables.

Figure 5

doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0028969.g005