Data from: Evaluating citizen vs. professional data for modelling distributions of a rare squirrel

Courtney A. Tye, Robert A. McCleery, Robert J. Fletcher, Daniel U. Greene & Ryan S. Butryn
To realize the potential of citizens to contribute to conservation efforts through the acquisition of data for broad-scale species distribution models, scientists need to understand and minimize the influences of commonly observed sample selection bias on model performance. Yet evaluating these data with independent, planned surveys is rare, even though such evaluation is necessary for understanding and applying data to conservation decisions. We used the state-listed fox squirrel Sciurus niger in Florida, USA, to interpret...
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