Species richness and distortion in reciprocal averaging and detrended correspondence analysis
- T. C. D. Dargie
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Gradients in beta diversity and species richness cause different forms of distortion in reciprocal averaging ordinations. Detrended correspondence analysis largely removes the beta diversity effect and reduces, but does not eliminate, the influence of species richness.
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- Species richness and distortion in reciprocal averaging and detrended correspondence analysis
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- Detrended correspondence analysis
- Reciprocal averaging
- Species diversity
- Vegetation models
- T. C. D. Dargie (1)
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- 1. Department of Geography, The University, S10 2TN, Sheffield, United Kingdom