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Publications by author Azevedo:EB.

Fuzzy set theory for predicting the potential distribution and cost-effective monitoring of invasive species

Ecological Modelling, Vol. 316 (2015), pp. 122-132,


The presence of invasive species has been predicted using species distribution models (SDMs) and presence-only data to assist environmental management. However, SDMs include substantial uncertainty and the lack of absence data hampers the use of probabilistic predictions. A non-statistical theoretical basis able to deal with uncertainty on which to model invasive species distributions with presence-only data is thus needed. Fuzzy set theory satisfies these two requirements but has been little used. This paper proposes a fuzzy modelling approach for predicting invasive ...

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