Location-only and use-availability data: analysis methods converge.

@article{Mcdonald2013LocationonlyAU,
  title={Location-only and use-availability data: analysis methods converge.},
  author={Lyman Mcdonald and Bryan F. J. Manly and Falk Huettmann and Wayne E. Thogmartin},
  journal={The Journal of animal ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={82 6},
  pages={1120-4}
}
This Special Feature arose from a session on a topic of the same name that took place during The Wildlife Society meeting in Kona, Hawaii, from 5 to 10 November, 2011. The purpose of that session and this Special Feature is to compare methods for predictive modelling of species geographical distributions and the modelling of habitat (resource) selection by animals. The predictive modelling of species geographical distributions and the modelling of habitat selection based on the environmental… CONTINUE READING

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