Chris Merkord Posted June 5, 2013 Share Posted June 5, 2013 Where a species occurs within a region is an important concept for many areas of ecology (e.g., species distributions, metapopulation studies, habitat modeling) although often a species may go undetected by field surveys resulting in potential false absences. False absences can lead to misleading conclusions about species occurrence.There will be a 1-day course on species occurrence modeling that specifically accounts for imperfect detection held on 10 July, Albuquerque, New Mexico. For more information go to http://www.proteus.co.nz/coursedetails.php?course=10. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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