Detecting range shifts from historical species occurrences: new perspectives on old data.

@article{Tingley2009DetectingRS,
  title={Detecting range shifts from historical species occurrences: new perspectives on old data.},
  author={Morgan W Tingley and Steven R. Beissinger},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={625-33}
}
The difficulty of making valid comparisons between historical and contemporary data is an obstacle to documenting range change in relation to environmental modifications. Recent statistical advances use occupancy modeling to estimate simultaneously the probability of detection and the probability of occupancy, and enable unbiased comparisons between historical and modern data; however, they require repeated surveys at the same locations within a time period. We present two models for explicitly… CONTINUE READING
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