Non-detection errors in a survey of persistent, highly-detectable vegetation species

@article{Clarke2011NondetectionEI,
  title={Non-detection errors in a survey of persistent, highly-detectable vegetation species},
  author={Kenneth Clarke and Megan Lewis and Robert Brandle and Bertram Ostendorf},
  journal={Environmental Monitoring and Assessment},
  year={2011},
  volume={184},
  pages={625-635}
}
Rare, small or annual vegetation species are widely known to be imperfectly detected with single site surveys by most conventional vegetation survey methods. However, the detectability of common, persistent vegetation species is assumed to be high, but without supporting research. In this study, we evaluate the extent of false-negative errors of perennial vegetation species in a systematic vegetation survey in arid South Australia. Analysis was limited to the seven most easily detected… CONTINUE READING

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