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Testing the significance of different tree spatial distribution patterns based on the uniform angle indexZHONGHUA ZHAO; GANGYING HUI; YANBO HU et al.Canadian journal of forest research (Print). 2014, Vol 44, Num 11, pp 1419-1425, issn 0045-5067, 7 p.Article

Multimodal species abundance distributions: a deconstruction approach reveals the processes behind the patternMATTHEWS, Thomas J; BORGES, Paulo A. V; WHITTAKER, Robert J et al.Oikos (København). 2014, Vol 123, Num 5, pp 533-544, issn 0030-1299, 12 p.Article

Mistaking geography for biology: inferring processes from species distributionsWARREN, Dan L; CARDILLO, Marcel; ROSAUER, Dan F et al.Trends in ecology & evolution (Amsterdam). 2014, Vol 29, Num 10, pp 572-580, issn 0169-5347, 9 p.Article

Relative frequency function models for species distribution modelingLOEHLE, Craig.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 487-498, issn 0906-7590, 12 p.Article

The effect of a gradual response to the environment on species distribution modeling performanceMEYNARD, Christine N; KAPLAN, David M.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 499-509, issn 0906-7590, 11 p.Article

The role of functional traits in species distributions revealed through a hierarchical modelPOLLOCK, Laura J; MORRIS, William K; VESK, Peter A et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 8, pp 716-725, issn 0906-7590, 10 p.Article

Do they? How do they? WHY do they differ? On finding reasons for differing performances of species distribution modelsELITH, Jane; GRAHAM, Catherine H.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2009, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 66-77, issn 0906-7590, 12 p.Article

The discovery of species―abundance distribution in an ecological communityDOI, Hideyuki; MORI, Terutaka.Oikos. 2013, Vol 122, Num 2, pp 179-182, issn 0030-1299, 4 p.Article

Spatial scaling of species abundance distributionsBORDA-DE-AGUA, Luís; BORGES, Paulo A. V; HUBBELL, Stephen P et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 6, pp 549-556, issn 0906-7590, 8 p.Article

Evaluating condition-specific and asymmetric competition in a species-distribution contextTWOMEY, Evan; MORALES, Victor; SUMMERS, Kyle et al.Oikos (København). 2008, Vol 117, Num 8, pp 1175-1184, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

Universal scaling of species-abundance distributions across multiple scalesROSINDELL, James; CORNELL, Stephen J.Oikos (København). 2013, Vol 122, Num 7, pp 1101-1111, issn 0030-1299, 11 p.Article

How do species interactions affect species distribution models?GODSOE, William; HARMON, Luke J.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 9, pp 811-820, issn 0906-7590, 10 p.Article

Method selection for species distribution modelling: are temporally or spatially independent evaluations necessary?ROBERTS, David R; HAMANN, Andreas.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 9, pp 792-802, issn 0906-7590, 11 p.Article

Spatial semiparametric models improve estimates of species abundance and distributionSHELTON, Andrew Olaf; THORSON, James T; WARD, Eric J et al.Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences (Print). 2014, Vol 71, Num 11, pp 1655-1666, issn 0706-652X, 12 p.Article

A new method for dealing with residual spatial autocorrelation in species distribution modelsCRASE, Beth; LIEDLOFF, Adam C; WINTLE, Brendan A et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 10, pp 879-888, issn 0906-7590, 10 p.Article

Are comparisons of species distribution models biased? Are they biologically meaningful?GODSOE, William.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 9, pp 769-779, issn 0906-7590, 11 p.Article

Does the interpolation accuracy of species distribution models come at the expense of transferability?HEIKKINEN, Risto K; MARMION, Mathieu; LUOTO, Miska et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 3, pp 276-288, issn 0906-7590, 13 p.Article

Separating the effect of mechanisms shaping species-abundance distributions at multiple scales in a subtropical forestJIAJIA CHENG; XIANGCHENG MI; KARIN NADROWSKI et al.Oikos. 2012, Vol 121, Num 2, pp 236-244, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

Testing the accuracy of species distribution models using species records from a new field surveyNEWBOLD, Tim; READER, Tom; EL-GABBAS, Ahmed et al.Oikos (København). 2010, Vol 119, Num 8, pp 1326-1334, issn 0030-1299, 9 p.Article

The MIGCLIM R package ― seamless integration of dispersal constraints into projections of species distribution modelsENGLER, Robin; HORDIJK, Wim; GUISAN, Antoine et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2012, Vol 35, Num 10, pp 872-878, issn 0906-7590, 7 p.Article

Does accounting for imperfect detection improve species distribution models?ROTA, Christopher T; FLETCHER, Robert J; EVANS, Jason M et al.Ecography (Copenhagen). 2011, Vol 34, Num 4, pp 659-670, issn 0906-7590, 12 p.Article

An evaluation of methods for modelling species distributionsSEGURADO, Pedro; ARAUJO, Miguel B.Journal of biogeography. 2004, Vol 31, Num 10, pp 1555-1568, issn 0305-0270, 14 p.Article

Use of alternative distributions for characterizing joint extent and spacingMATHAB, A; XU, S; GRASSO, P et al.Conference on fractured and jointed rock masses. 1995, pp 199-204, isbn 90-5410-591-7Conference Paper

Spatial distribution of various physiological groups of bacteria in the region of underwater thermal vents in Frolikha Bay, Northern BaikalZEMSKAYA, T. I; NAMSARAEV, B. B; DUL'TSEVA, N. M et al.Microbiology (New York, NY). 2001, Vol 70, Num 3, pp 374-376, issn 0026-2617Article

Nouvelle perspective pour les séismes et les fractalsHIRATA, J.Jishin. 1987, Vol 40, Num 3, pp 459-467, issn 0037-1114Article

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