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A reference business process for ecological niche modelling
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, 2008)
Ecological niche modelling combines species occurrence points with environmental raster layers in order to obtain models for describing the probabilistic distribution of species. The process to generate an ecological niche ...
Why the dimension matters in ecological models?
(Sociedad de Biología de Chile, 2004)
Quantitative ecological risk assessment of shortfin mako shark (isurus oxyrinchus): proposed model and application example
(ALÖKI Kft., 2018)
Most of the world's catches of sharks are incidentally taken by tuna fishing gear, constituting bycatches that increase the extinction risk of several species of shark. This not only alters ecosystem functions by removing ...
Ecological modeling and pest population management: a possible and necessary connection in a changing world
(Entomological Soc Brasil, 2009-11-01)
Ecological modeling is an important tool for investigating dynamic behavior patterns in populations, trophic interactions, and behavioral ecology. However, the ecological patterns that reflect population oscillation trends ...
Rewilding ecological communities and rewiring ecological networks
Rewilding encompasses management actions such as reintroductions and translocations with the purpose of restoring ecological processes and ecosystem functions that were lost when species were locally extirpated. The success ...
The dimensionality of ecological networks
How many dimensions (trait-axes) are required to predict whether two species interact? This unanswered question originated with the idea of ecological niches, and yet bears relevance today for understanding what determines ...
ECOLOGICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY: A REVIEW WITH EMPHASIS ON CONSERVATION AND THE NEUTRAL MODEL BIOGEOGRAFIA ECOLOGICA: REVISION CON ENFASIS EN CONSERVACION Y EL "MODELO NEUTRAL"
(Universidad de Concepción.Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Oceanográficas., 2008)
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