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A general framework for estimating the spatio-temporal distribution of a species using multiple data types

@article{Watson2019AGF,
  title={A general framework for estimating the spatio-temporal distribution of a species using multiple data types},
  author={J. Watson and R. Joy and D. Tollit and S. Thornton and Marie Auger-M{\'e}th{\'e}},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2019}
}
Species distribution models (SDMs) are useful tools to help ecologists quantify species-environment relationships, and they are increasingly used to help determine the impacts of climate and habitat changes on species. In practice, data are often collections of presence-only sightings from citizen scientists, whose search effort may be highly heterogeneous throughout the study region. Many standard modelling approaches ignore search effort, which can severely bias SDMs. We present a novel… Expand
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