Composite landscape predictors improve distribution models of ecosystem types

Trond Simensen, Peter Horvath, Julien Vollering, Lars Erikstad, Rune Halvorsen & Anders Bryn
Aim: Distribution modelling is a useful approach to obtain knowledge about the spatial distribution of biodiversity, required for e.g., red list assessments. While distribution modelling methods have been applied mostly to single species, modelling of communities and ecosystems (EDM; ecosystem-level distribution modelling) produces results that are more directly relevant for management and decision-making. Although the choice of predictors is a pivotal part of the modelling process, few studies have compared the suitability of different sets...
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