Modelling habitat-suitability using museum collections : an example with three sympatric Apodemus species from the Alps

@inproceedings{Reutter2003ModellingHU,
  title={Modelling habitat-suitability using museum collections : an example with three sympatric Apodemus species from the Alps},
  author={Brigitte A. Reutter and V{\'e}ronique Helfer and Alexandre H. Hirzel and Peter A. Vogel},
  year={2003}
}
Aim, Location Although the alpine mouse Apodemus alpicola has been given species status since 1989, no distribution map has ever been constructed for this endemic alpine rodent in Switzerland. Based on redetermined museum material and using the Ecological-Niche Factor Analysis (ENFA), habitat-suitability maps were computed for A. alpicola, and also for the co-occurring A. flavicollis and A. sylvaticus. Methods In the particular case of habitat suitability models, classical approaches (GLMs… CONTINUE READING
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