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Bank Swallow (Riparia riparia)
Model Reliability: Red (Low)
Current Abundance (=Incidence Value, Incid) and Range [with ranks]
This table lists the area-weighted change in incidences for the current and modelled-current scenarios.    Context-Sensitive Help


Predictor Importance for Bank Swallow
(in decreasing order of importance)   Context-Sensitive Help

See: predictor acryonms

       Predictor Importance for Bank Swallow (Cyan Line) Relative to All Species (Boxplot)     
        NOTE: The boxplot is imagemapped - click for various outputs
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              NOTE: Click on the X-axis to interpret the predictor numbers


Boxplots of Predictor Values for Bank Swallow Relative to all the 147 Species
The embedded boxplot (red) is the predictor distribution for the current species and the enclosing boxplot (black) is the predictor distribution across the eastern US. The predictors are grouped by climate, elevation and tree-species (vegetation).    Context-Sensitive Help

NOTE: Boxplot of current species is red and the overall niche space of the predictors is black.
Climate Actual Value Boxplot
NOTE: Boxplot of current species is red and the overall niche space of all 147 species is black.
Elevation Actual Value Boxplot
NOTE: Boxplot of current species is red and the overall niche space of all 147 species is black.
Vegetation1 Actual Value Boxplot
NOTE: Boxplot of current species is red and the overall niche space of all 147 species is black.
Vegetation2 Actual Value Boxplot
NOTE: Boxplot of current species is red and the overall niche space of all 147 species is black.
Vegetation3 Actual Value Boxplot

Statistical Distribution (and Rank) of Predictor Variables for Bank Swallow
This table shows the statistics and rank of all the predictors enclosed in the current species range    Context-Sensitive Help