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Multivariate analysis of a fine-scale breeding bird atlas using a geographical information system and partial canonical correspondence analysis: environmental and spatial effects

Bibliographic reference Titeux, Nicolas ; Dufrêne, Marc ; Jacob, JP ; Paquay, M ; Defourny, Pierre. Multivariate analysis of a fine-scale breeding bird atlas using a geographical information system and partial canonical correspondence analysis: environmental and spatial effects. In: Journal of Biogeography, Vol. 31, no. 11, p. 1841-1856 (2004)
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