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Frequency distribution curves and the identification of hotspots: response to comments

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Bartolino, V., Maiorano, L. & Colloca, F. Frequency distribution curves and the identification of hotspots: response to comments. Popul Ecol 53, 603–604 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10144-011-0273-6

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Keywords

  • Species Richness
  • Spatial Process
  • Global Method
  • Ensemble Approach
  • Global Threshold