Ecological boundary detection using Bayesian areal wombling.


The study of ecological boundaries and their dynamics is of fundamental importance to much of ecology, biogeography, and evolution. Over the past two decades, boundary analysis (of which wombling is a subfield) has received considerable research attention, resulting in multiple approaches for the quantification of ecological boundaries. Nonetheless, few… (More)


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@article{Fitzpatrick2010EcologicalBD, title={Ecological boundary detection using Bayesian areal wombling.}, author={Matthew Fitzpatrick and Evan l. Preisser and Adam Porter and Joseph S. Elkinton and Lance A. Waller and Bradley P. Carlin and Aaron M. Ellison}, journal={Ecology}, year={2010}, volume={91 12}, pages={3448-55; discussion 3503-14} }