Multi-species distribution modeling using penalized mixture of regressions
Multi-species distribution modeling, which relates the occurrence of multiple species to environmental variables, is an important tool used by ecologists for both predicting the distribution of species in a community and identifying the important variables driving species co-occurrences. Recently, Dunstan, Foster and Darnell [ Ecol. Model. 222 (2011) 955–963] proposed using finite mixture of regression (FMR) models for multi-species distribution modeling, where species are clustered based on...[Show more]
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