General and Specific Spatial Autocorrelation: Insights from Country-Level Analysis of Species Imperilment

@inproceedings{Pandit2007GeneralAS,
  title={General and Specific Spatial Autocorrelation: Insights from Country-Level Analysis of Species Imperilment},
  author={Ram Pandit and David Neil Laband},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract We explore the consequences of including both general and specific controls for spatial autocorrelation in country-level models of species imperilment. A general spatial autocorrelation term constructed as a binary contiguity matrix aggregates an unknown number of possible influences, some of which exert a negative impact on species imperilment in the referent country, others of which exert a positive impact. Adding spatial dependency measures that are based on specific cross-border… CONTINUE READING

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