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Species Distribution Modelling

Species distribution modeling (SDM) ( or envelope-modeling, habitat modeling, environmental / ecological niche-modeling) are spatially based models estimate the similarity of the conditions at any site to the conditions at the locations of known occurrence (and perhaps of non-occurrence) of a phenomenon. (reference Hijmans and Helith). They are used to predict species ranges, biomes, vegetation formations or otherfeatures occurrence with climate and environmental or auxiliary data as predictors. R has may libraries and algorithms to process Species Distribution Models.

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wiki/rstat/sdmodel.txt · Last modified: 2020/07/17 06:39 (external edit)