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Bayesian change-point analyses in ecologyAuthor(s): Brian Bekcage; Lawrence Joseph; Patrick Belisle; David B. Wolfson; William J. Platt
Source: New Phytologist, VOl. 174: 456-467
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEcological and biological processes can change from one state to another once a threshold has been crossed in space or time. Threshold responses to incremental changes in underlying variables can characterize diverse processes from climate change to the desertification of arid lands from overgrazing.
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CitationBekcage, Brian; Joseph, Lawrence; Belisle, Patrick; Wolfson, David B.; Platt, William J. 2007. Bayesian change-point analyses in ecology. New Phytologist, VOl. 174: 456-467
Keywordsallometry, Bayesian, canopy gaps, change-point, dimate change, Pinus palustris, recruitment, threshold
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