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A weighting method to improve habitat association analysis: tested on British carabids

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Analysis of species’ habitat associations is important for biodiversity conservation and spatial ecology. The original phi coefficient of association is a simple method that gives both positive and negative associations of individual species with habitats. The method originates in assessing the association of plant species with habitats, sampled by quadrats. Using this method for mobile animals creates problems as records often have imprecise locations, and would require either using only records related to a single habitat or arbitrarily choosing a single habitat to assign.
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Keywords: carabids; habitat classification; habitat preference; invertebrate; phi coefficient of association; site fidelity

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2019

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