ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS CONTROLLING THE HABITAT OF THE BRACKISHWATER CLAM CORBICULA JAPONICA IDENTIFIED BY PREDICTIVE MODELLING

@article{Sugiyama2019ENVIRONMENTALPC,
  title={ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS CONTROLLING THE HABITAT OF THE BRACKISHWATER CLAM CORBICULA JAPONICA IDENTIFIED BY PREDICTIVE MODELLING},
  author={Yuka Sugiyama},
  journal={International Journal of GEOMATE},
  year={2019}
}
  • Y. Sugiyama
  • Published 1 July 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • International Journal of GEOMATE
The C. japonica is an ecologically important species in estuaries and brackish waters, as well as a very important fishery resource. However, the relationship between its habitation conditions and environmental factors remains unclear. We therefore made a habitat prediction model using GLM to define the environment of the C. japonica habitat of Lake Shinji, incorporating data acquired from 1982 through 1983 which measured population density, location, silt/clay content, ignition of physical… 
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