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This book attempts to present to ecologists in a coherent form the statistical methodology that is general to ecological field measurements. Scientific progress . Ecological. Methodology. Charles J. Krebs. University of British Columbia. Ecological Data. Scales of Measurement. Statistical Inference 5. Ecological Methodology, 2nd Edition. Charles J. Krebs, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. © |Pearson | Out of print. Share this page. Ecological .
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April 21, A theoretical framework for investigating ecological problems associated with biodiversity conservation in national parks: May 16, September 13, May 26, December 16, Why Us? Nevertheless species diversity is a large part of the focus of biodiversity at the local and regional scale, and we will concentrate here on how to measure species diversity.
One must make a whole series of background assumptions in order to measure species diversity for a community. Ecologists tend to ignore most of these difficulties, but this is untenable if we are to achieve a coherent theory diversity.
The first assumption is that the subject matter is well defined. Measurement of diversity first of all requires a clear taxonomic classification of the subject matter. In most cases ecologists worry about species diversity, but there is no reason why generic diversity or subspecific diversity could not be analyzed as well.