Tops in Citations for NCEAS Working Group Analyzing Predictive Modeling Techniques

Novel Methods Improve Prediction of Species' Distributions From Occurrence Data
Elith, J;Graham, CH, et al.
Ecography 29, 2, (2006)
Interview with Jane Elith and Catherine Graham

Every two months, Essential Science Indicators lists a new crop of what it calls hot papers. They are selected by virtue of being cited among the top 0.1% of science papers in a current bimonthly period. This paper was the most frequently cited paper in the environment and ecology category.

“Our testing of 16 modeling methods with diverse species data from six regions around the globe provides some clear guidance on which modeling methods perform best.” 
Interview with Jane Elith and Catherine Graham

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Posted on May 22, 2007