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A new method for non-parametric multivariate analysis of variance in ecology
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A new non-parametric method for multivariate analysis of variance, after McArdle and Anderson, which allows a direct additive partitioning of variation for complex models and does this while maintaining the flexibility and lack of formal assumptions of other non- Parametric methods. Expand
FITTING MULTIVARIATE MODELS TO COMMUNITY DATA: A COMMENT ON DISTANCE‐BASED REDUNDANCY ANALYSIS
Nonparametric multivariate analysis of ecological data using permutation tests has two main challenges: (1) to partition the variability in the data according to a complex design or model, as isExpand
CANONICAL ANALYSIS OF PRINCIPAL COORDINATES: A USEFUL METHOD OF CONSTRAINED ORDINATION FOR ECOLOGY
A flexible method is needed for constrained ordination on the basis of any distance or dissimilarity measure, which will display a cloud of multivariate points by reference to a specific a prioriExpand
Distance-based tests for homogeneity of multivariate dispersions.
The traditional likelihood-based test for differences in multivariate dispersions is known to be sensitive to nonnormality. It is also impossible to use when the number of variables exceeds theExpand
Permutation tests for univariate or multivariate analysis of variance and regression
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This paper provides a summary of recent empirical and theoretical results concerning available methods and gives recommendations for their use in univariate and multivariate applications. Expand
Multivariate dispersion as a measure of beta diversity.
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For kelp holdfast assemblages from New Zealand, variation in species composition was greater in smaller holdfasts, while variation in relative abundances was great in larger holdasts, regardless of the measure used. Expand
DISTANCE‐BASED REDUNDANCY ANALYSIS: TESTING MULTISPECIES RESPONSES IN MULTIFACTORIAL ECOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS
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It is the view that distance-based RDA will be extremely useful to ecologists measuring multispecies responses to structured multifactorial experimental designs. Expand
Navigating the multiple meanings of β diversity: a roadmap for the practicing ecologist.
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A roadmap of the most widely used and ecologically relevant approaches for analysis through a series of mission statements is provided, distinguishing two types of β diversity: directional turnover along a gradient vs. non-directional variation. Expand
Species abundance distributions: moving beyond single prediction theories to integration within an ecological framework.
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Theoretical, empirical and statistical developments in the study of Species abundance distributions are reviewed and it is optimistic that SADs can provide significant insights into basic and applied ecological science. Expand
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