Data from: Using data from related species to overcome spatial sampling bias and associated limitations in ecological niche modeling

Huijie Qiao, Andrew Townsend Peterson, Liqiang Ji & Junhua Hu
1. Ecological niche modeling (ENM) is used widely to aid in conservation planning and management, often focusing on rare species characterized by the biased observations associated with restricted geographic ranges, habitat specialization, small population size, and limited natural history information. Generating reliable ENMs for such species is a challenge, however, owing to issues that arise from spatial sampling bias, such as model inaccuracy and overfitting. Here, using virtual scenarios, we assess the utility of integrating...
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