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Bridging the gap between habitat-modeling research and bird conservation with dynamic landscape and population models

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Year Published

2009

Publication

In: Rich, Terrell D.; Arizmendi, Coro; Thompson, Craig, eds. Tundra to Tropics: connecting birds, habitats, and people: proceedings of the 4th International Partners in Flight conference; 2009 October [City, State: Publisher unknown]: 437- 438.

Abstract

Habitat models are widely used in bird conservation planning to assess current habitat or populations and to evaluate management alternatives. These models include species-habitat matrix or database models, habitat suitability models, and statistical models that predict abundance. While extremely useful, these approaches have some limitations.

Citation

Thompson, Frank R., III. 2009. Bridging the gap between habitat-modeling research and bird conservation with dynamic landscape and population models. In: Rich, Terrell D.; Arizmendi, Coro; Thompson, Craig, eds. Tundra to Tropics: connecting birds, habitats, and people: proceedings of the 4th International Partners in Flight conference; 2009 October [City, State: Publisher unknown]: 437- 438.

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