Joint species distribution models with species correlations and imperfect detection
Spatiotemporal patterns in biological communities are typically driven by envi-ronmental factors and species interactions. Spatial data from communities are naturallydescribed by stacking models for all species in the community. Two important considerationsin such multispecies or joint species distribution models (JSDMs) are measurement errors andcorrelations between species. Up to now, virtually all JSDMs have included either one or theother, but not both features simultaneously, even though...[Show more]
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