• Coefficient shifts in geographical ecology: an empirical evaluation of spatial and non-spatial regression 

      Bini, L.M.; Diniz-Filho, J.A.F.; Rangel, T.F.L.V.B.; Akre, T.S.B.; Albaladejo, R.G.; Albuquerque, F.S.; Aparicio, A.; Araujo, M.B.; Baselga, A.; Beck, J.; Bellocq, M.I.; Bohning-Gaese, K.; Borges, P.A.V.; Castro-Parga, I.; Chey, V.K.; Chown, S.L.; de Marco, P. Jr.; Dobkin, D.S.; Ferrer-Castan, D.; Field, R.; Filloy, J.; Fleishman, E.; Gomez, J.F.; Hortal, J.; Iverson, J.B.; Kerr, J.T.; Kissling, W.D.; Kitching, I.J.; Leon-Cortes, J.L.; Lobo, J.M.; Montoya, D.; Morales-Castilla, I.; Moreno, J.C.; Oberdorff, T.; Olalla-Tarraga, M.A.; Pausas, J.G.; Qian, H.; Rahbek, C.; Rodrıguez, M.A.; Rueda, M.; Ruggiero, M.; Sackmann, P.; Sanders, N.J.; Terribile, L.C.; Vetaas, O.R.; Hawkins, B.A. (The Authors. Journal compilation, 2009)
      A major focus of geographical ecology and macroecology is to understand the causes of spatially structured ecological patterns. However, achieving this understanding can be complicated when using multiple regression, because ...
    • Tests of the mid-domain hypotheses: A review of the evidence 

      Currie, D.J.; Kerr, J.T. (Ecological Society of America, 2008)
      Geographic variation of species richness is strongly correlated with environmental gradients. However, random arrangement of species distributions within a bounded domain can also theoretically produce richness gradients ...