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The contribution of small collections to species distribution modelling: a case study from Fuireneae (Cyperaceae)

  
Ecological Informatics, Vol. 42 (November 2017), pp. 67-78, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2017.09.009

Abstract

[Highlights] [::] Specimen data from small collections compliment those in large collections. [::] Small collections contribute to a more robust definition of a species habitat. [::] Species distribution models are impacted when small collections data are included. [Abstract] The recent and rapid digitization of biodiversity data from natural history collection (NHC) archives has enriched collections based data repositories; this data continues to inform studies of species' geographic distributions. Here we investigate the relative impact of plant data from small natural history collections (collections with < 100,000 ...

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