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    Critical assessment of the connection between units of the habitat type system and physiographic, climatic and soil factors in interior western United States land classifications.

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    Kusbach, Antonin; Shaw, John D.; Long, James N. 2014. Discriminant analysis reveals limited association between forest habitat types and the environment in western United States land classification. Applied Vegetation Science. doi: 10.1111/avsc.12121.


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    discriminant analysis, habitat type, land classification, plant indicator species, random forests, series

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