Forest Fragmentation Categories in model (adopted from Riitters et al. 2000). Six fragment classes: interior, for which Pf = 1.0; patch, Pf < 0.4; transitional, 0.4 < Pf < 0.6; edge, Pf > 0.6 and Pf-Pff > 0; perforated, Pf > 0.6 and Pf-Pff < 0, and Undetermined, Pf > 0.6 and Pf = Pff
The Fig. 2 given below shows the classification model that
identifies six fragmentation categories. 1.
Interior forest—all of the pixels surrounding the center pixel
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