Predicting species spatial distributions using presence-only data : a case study of nati v e New Zealand ferns

@inproceedings{Zaniewski2002PredictingSS,
  title={Predicting species spatial distributions using presence-only data : a case study of nati v e New Zealand ferns},
  author={A. Elizabeth Zaniewski and Anthony Lehmann},
  year={2002}
}
Identification of areas containing high biological diversity (‘hotspots’) from species presence-only data has become increasingly important in species and ecosystem management when presence/absence data is unavailable. However, as presence-only data sets lack any information on absences and as they suffer from many biases associated with the ad hoc or non-stratified sampling, they are often assumed problematic and inadequate for most statistical modeling methods. In this paper, this supposition… CONTINUE READING
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