Can models of presence-absence be used to scale abundance ? Two case studies considering extremes in life history

@inproceedings{Nielsen2005CanMO,
  title={Can models of presence-absence be used to scale abundance ? Two case studies considering extremes in life history},
  author={Scott E. Nielsen and Chris Johnson and Douglas C. Heard and Mark S Boyce},
  year={2005}
}
Understanding patterns of species occurrence and abundance is a central theme of ecology, natural resource management, and conservation. Although occurrence models have been widely used for describing species distribution, particularly for rare species, abundance models are less common, despite greater information for conservation and management. Because presence-absence data are easier and less expensive to collect, predictions of abundance from patterns of occurrence could prove useful. We… CONTINUE READING
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