Habitat Quality invest 3.10.2 vs 3.14.0

Hello!

I ran the habitat quality model for five focal species using the invest version 3.10.2 and got interesting results. I want to use the latest version of invest (3.14.0) because I am also using other models with the latest version for my project and want to have a coherent approach. However, using the same data, the model runs with the latest version (3.14.0) do not complete and show some errors.
Here are the three logs I have tried with no success:
InVEST-natcap.invest.habitat_quality-log-2023-11-30–19_02_22.txt (6.0 KB)

InVEST-natcap.invest.habitat_quality-log-2023-11-30–19_00_59.txt (6.1 KB)

InVEST-Habitat-Quality-log-2022-09-30–13_20_13.txt (15.2 KB)

Thank you in advance for what might be the issue!

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Hi @RFrechon,

Thanks for posting and providing those logfiles. It looks like one of the threat rasters is having an issue being reprojected:

2023-11-30 19:02:23,218 (osgeo) utils._log_gdal_errors(97) ERROR [errno 6] Cannot find coordinate operations from ENGCRS["NAD83 / Quebec Lambert",EDATUM[""],CS[Cartesian,2],AXIS["(E)",east,ORDER[1],LENGTHUNIT["metre",1,ID["EPSG",9001]]],AXIS["(N)",north,ORDER[2],LENGTHUNIT["metre",1,ID["EPSG",9001]]]]' to EPSG:32198’

This would be pretty interesting if this is failing on 3.14.0 and not 3.10.2. Could you take a look at your threat rasters in a QGIS and make sure the projection looks okay? You could also try projecting this threat raster manually to that of the LULC raster and try running the model again.

Let us know how it goes and if need be we can also take a look at your data.

Cheers,

Doug

On second thought @RFrechon, if you could share your data regardless that would be really helpful for us to handle this type of error in the future.

Here’ a post about easily creating an archive of your data to share if that’s something you’d be willing to do.

Doug

Hi Doug,

Thank you for looking into that. How can I share my data privately? I have saved my data using the feature in the InVEST Workbench User Interface. Thank you!

Hi @RFrechon,

You can attach the data in an email or if it’s too big share a link in the email to the data on google drive or another hosting service. My email is: ddenu@stanford.edu.

Doug

Awesome! I have just sent you an email with a google drive link!