alexa Impacts of Multi Resolution Species Distributional Information Analyzing Macroecological Patterns

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Impacts of Multi Resolution Species Distributional Information Analyzing Macroecological Patterns

In this brief report, a simple scaling algorithm was developed for reconstructing range cells upon the original pixellevel distributional points of species. The algorithm could generate the distributional cells of species that covers all the original distributional points of species, but being with varying spatial resolutions (i.e., different sizes of the smallest operative area unit). As such, I could quantitatively evaluate the macroecological patterns (including richness, rarity hotspots, and the influence of spatial autocorrelation on structuring species’ richness and rarity patterns) on the basis of these varying-resolution species distributional layers.

Citations: Chen Y (2013) Impacts of Multi Resolution Species Distributional Information Analyzing Macroecological Patterns. J Ecosys Ecograph 3:137.

 
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