Multivariate analysis of a fine-scale breeding bird atlas using a geographical information system and partial canonical correspondence analysis: environmental and spatial effects

@inproceedings{Titeux2004MultivariateAO,
  title={Multivariate analysis of a fine-scale breeding bird atlas using a geographical information system and partial canonical correspondence analysis: environmental and spatial effects},
  author={Nicolas Titeux and Marc Dufr{\^e}ne and Jean-Paul Jacob and Marc Paquay and Pierre Defourny},
  year={2004}
}
Methods Species found in < 10% or > 90% of the atlas cells were omitted from the bird data set for the analysis. Each cell was characterized by 59 landscape metrics, quantifying its composition and spatial patterns, using a Geographical Information System. Partial canonical correspondence analysis was used to partition the variance of bird species matrix into independent components: (a) ‘pure’ environmental variation, (b) spatially-structured environmental variation, (c) ‘pure’ spatial… CONTINUE READING
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