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Building realistic assemblages with a Joint Species Distribution Model

bioRxiv

Apr 9, 2014

David J. Harris

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1. Species distribution models (SDMs) can be used to predict how individual species—and whole assemblages of species—will respond to a changing environment. Until now, these models have either assumed (1) that species’ occurrence probabilities are uncorrelated, or (2) that species resp...read more

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Building realistic assemblages with a Joint Species Distribution Model

bioRxiv

Apr 9, 2014

David J. Harris

PMID: 990003947

DOI: 10.1101/003947

Abstract

1. Species distribution models (SDMs) can be used to predict how individual species—and whole assemblages of species—will respond to a changing environment. Until now, these models have either assumed (1) that species’ occurrence probabilities are uncorrelated, or (2) that species resp...read more

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Biological Neural Networks
Patterns
Research
Environment
Warblers
Grassland
Neural Network Simulation
Aves
Disease Management
Breeding
44
54

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