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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) predicts patterns of species abundance, size, and spatial structure. The spatial component of the theory successfully predicts diversity patterns across scales, but has focused on patterns that ignore inter-site spatial correlations. We devel...read more

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Ecological Momentary Assessment
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9-enol-prostaglandin E2 methyl ester trimethylsilyl ether
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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) predicts patterns of species abundance, size, and spatial structure. The spatial component of the theory successfully predicts diversity patterns across scales, but has focused on patterns that ignore inter-site spatial correlations. We devel...read more

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Size
Patterns
Spatial Distribution
Maximum-H
Meted
Ecological Momentary Assessment
Biochemical Turnover
Species
9-enol-prostaglandin E2 methyl ester trimethylsilyl ether
Disintegration (Morphologic Abnormality)
8
42
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