Inferring Process from Pattern : Can Territory Occupancy Provide Information about Life History Parameters ?

@inproceedings{Tyre2001InferringPF,
  title={Inferring Process from Pattern : Can Territory Occupancy Provide Information about Life History Parameters ?},
  author={Andrew J. Tyre and Hugh P. Possingham and David B. Lindenmayer},
  year={2001}
}
A significant problem in wildlife management is identifying ‘‘good’’ habitat for species within the short time frames demanded by policy makers. Statistical models of the response of species presence/absence to predictor variables are one solution, widely known as habitat modeling. We use a ‘‘virtual ecologist’’ to test logistic regression as a means of developing habitat models within a spatially explicit, individual-based simulation that allows habitat quality to influence either fecundity or… CONTINUE READING
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