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Extracting robust trends in species’ distributions from unstructured opportunistic data: a comparison of methods

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Jul 10, 2014

Nick JB IsaacDavid B Roy

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1. Policy-makers increasingly demand robust measures of biodiversity change over short time periods. Long-term monitoring schemes provide high-quality data, often on an annual basis, but are taxonomically and geographically restricted. By contrast, opportunistic biological records are ...read more

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Species
Biochemical Turnover
Asthenia
Spatial Distribution
Sodium Channel Protein Type 1 Subunit Alpha
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Monitoring - Action
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Extracting robust trends in species’ distributions from unstructured opportunistic data: a comparison of methods

bioRxiv

Jul 10, 2014

Nick JB IsaacDavid B Roy

PMID: 990006999

DOI: 10.1101/006999

Abstract

1. Policy-makers increasingly demand robust measures of biodiversity change over short time periods. Long-term monitoring schemes provide high-quality data, often on an annual basis, but are taxonomically and geographically restricted. By contrast, opportunistic biological records are ...read more

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Species
Biochemical Turnover
Asthenia
Spatial Distribution
Sodium Channel Protein Type 1 Subunit Alpha
Approach
Simulation
Exertion
Monitoring - Action
2
20

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