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A spatially explicit approach to estimating species occupancy and spatial correlation
(BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, 2006-01)
1. Understanding and predicting the form of species distributions, or occupancy patterns, is fundamental to macroecology and is dependent on the identification of scaling relationships that underlie the patterns observed. ...
Capturing the ‘droopy tail’ in the occupancy-abundance relationship
The intraspecific occupancy–abundance relationship is a widely used descriptor of species distributions, with potential value to conservation and pest management for predicting species abundance from occurrence data. Six ...