The influence of spatial errors in species occurrence data used in distribution models
Graham, Catherine H.; Elith, J; Hijmans, Robert J.; Guisan, Antoine; Townsend Peterson, A.; Loiselle, Bette A.; Anderson, Robert P.; Dudik, Miroslav; Ferrier, Simon; Huettmann, Falk; Leathwick, John; Hijmans, R.J.; Moritz, Craig
1. Species distribution modelling is used increasingly in both applied and theoretical research to predict how species are distributed and to understand attributes of species' environmental requirements. In species distribution modelling, various statistical methods are used that combine species occurrence data with environmental spatial data layers to predict the suitability of any site for that species. While the number of data sharing initiatives involving species' occurrences in the...[Show more]
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