A Conceptual Framework for Selecting and Analyzing Stressor Data toStudy Species Richness at Large Spatial Scales

@article{Wickham1997ACF,
  title={A Conceptual Framework for Selecting and Analyzing Stressor Data toStudy Species Richness at Large Spatial Scales},
  author={Wickham and Wu and Bradford},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={1997},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={247-57}
}
/ In this paper we develop a conceptual framework for selectingstressor data and analyzing their relationship to geographic patterns ofspecies richness at large spatial scales. Aspects of climate and topography,which are not stressors per se, have been most strongly linked withgeographic patterns of species richness at large spatial scales (e.g.,continental to global scales). The adverse impact of stressors (e.g., habitatloss, pollution) on species has been demonstrated primarily on much… CONTINUE READING
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