Extended dissimilarity: a method of robust estimation of ecological distances from high beta diversity data

@article{Death2004ExtendedDA,
  title={Extended dissimilarity: a method of robust estimation of ecological distances from high beta diversity data},
  author={Glenn De'ath},
  journal={Plant Ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={144},
  pages={191-199}
}
It is widely accepted that reliable ordination of ecological data requires a strong linear or ordinal relationship between the dissimilarity of sites, based on species composition, and the ecological distance between them. Certain dissimilarity measures, having the property that they take a fixed maximum value when sites have no species in common, have been shown to be strongly correlated with ecological distance. For ecological gradients of moderate length (moderate beta diversity), such… CONTINUE READING

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