As part of one scientific family, Bette A. Loiselle deals mainly with the area of Scale (ratio), narrowing it down to issues related to the Cartography, and often Benchmark (surveying). Benchmark (surveying) is closely attributed to Cartography in her work. Her study brings together the fields of Nature Conservation and Ecology. As part of her studies on Nature Conservation, Bette A. Loiselle often connects relevant subjects like Ecology. Her study in Bird conservation extends to Habitat with its themes. She combines topics linked to Flocking (texture) with her work on Composite material. Flocking (texture) and Composite material are commonly linked in her work. In her work, Bette A. Loiselle performs multidisciplinary research in Foraging and Habitat. Seed dispersal syndrome is frequently linked to Biological dispersal in her study.
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Novel methods improve prediction of species' distributions from occurrence data
Jane Elith;Catherine H. Graham;Robert P. Anderson;Miroslav Dudík.
Spatial genetic structure of a tropical understory shrub, PSYCHOTRIA OFFICINALIS (RuBIACEAE)
American Journal of Botany (1995)
Avoiding Pitfalls of Using Species-Distribution Models in Conservation Planning
Conservation Biology (2003)
Temporal Variation in Birds and Fruits Along an Elevational Gradient in Costa Rica
The influence of spatial errors in species occurrence data used in distribution models
Journal of Applied Ecology (2007)
Predicting species distributions from herbarium collections: does climate bias in collection sampling influence model outcomes?
Journal of Biogeography (2007)
BIRD ASSEMBLAGES IN SECOND-GROWTH AND OLD-GROWTH FORESTS, COSTA RICA: PERSPECTIVES FROM MIST NETS AND POINT COUNTS
The Auk (2001)
Variation in Resource Abundance Affects Capture Rates of Birds in Three Lowland Habitats in Costa Rica
The Auk (1991)
DIVERSITY OF BIRDS ALONG AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT IN THE CORDILLERA CENTRAL, COSTA RICA
The Auk (2000)
SEED AND SEEDLING ECOLOGY OF NEOTROPICAL MELASTOMATACEAE
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