Measuring and selecting scales of effect for landscape predictors in species-habitat models.

@article{Martin2012MeasuringAS,
  title={Measuring and selecting scales of effect for landscape predictors in species-habitat models.},
  author={Amanda E Martin and Lenore Fahrig},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 8},
  pages={2277-92}
}
Wildlife managers often use habitat models to determine species habitat requirements and to identify locations for conservation efforts, uses which depend on accurate specification of species-habitat relationships. Prior study suggests that model performance may be influenced by the way we measure environmental predictors. We hypothesized that species responses to landscape predictors are best represented by landscape composition-based measurements, rather than distance-based measurements. We… CONTINUE READING
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