Separating the two components of abundance‐based dissimilarity: balanced changes in abundance vs. abundance gradients

@article{Baselga2013SeparatingTT,
  title={Separating the two components of abundance‐based dissimilarity: balanced changes in abundance vs. abundance gradients},
  author={A. Baselga},
  journal={Methods in Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={552-557}
}
  • A. Baselga
  • Published 2013
  • Biology
  • Methods in Ecology and Evolution
Summary Dissimilarity measures can be formulated using matching components that can be defined as the intersection in terms of species composition of both sets (a) and the relative complements of each set (b and c respectively). Previous work has extended these matching components to abundance-based measures of dissimilarity. Using these matching components in terms of species abundances I provide a novel partition separating two components of abundance-based dissimilarity: (i) balanced… Expand

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