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Exploring the spatially explicit predictions of the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology

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Mar 30, 2014

Daniel J. McGlinnEthan P. White

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The Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology (METE) is a unified theory of biodiversity that attempts to simultaneously predict patterns of species abundance, size, and spatial structure. The spatial predictions of this theory have repeatedly performed well at predicting diversity patterns acr...read more

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  • Exploring the spatially explicit predictions of the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology

    bioRxiv

    Mar 30, 2014

    Daniel J. McGlinnEthan P. White

    PMID: 990003657

    DOI: 10.1101/003657

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    The Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology (METE) is a unified theory of biodiversity that attempts to simultaneously predict patterns of species abundance, size, and spatial structure. The spatial predictions of this theory have repeatedly performed well at predicting diversity patterns acr...read more

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    Ecological Momentary Assessment
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    42
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