Geospatial web services within a scientific workflow: Predicting marine mammal habitats in a dynamic environment

@article{Best2007GeospatialWS,
  title={Geospatial web services within a scientific workflow: Predicting marine mammal habitats in a dynamic environment},
  author={Benjamin D. Best and Patrick N. Halpin and Ei Fujioka and Andrew J. Read and Song S. Qian and Lucie J. Hazen and Robert S. Schick},
  journal={Ecological Informatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={210-223}
}
Article history: Received 29 December 2006 Received in revised form 20 June 2007 Accepted 30 July 2007 Our ability to informconservation andmanagement of species is fundamentally limited by the availability of relevant biogeographic data, use of statistically robust predictive models, and presentation of results to decision makers. Despite the ubiquity of presence-only models, where available, survey effort should be included in themodeling process to limit spatial bias. The biogeographic… CONTINUE READING
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