Spatial Analysis: A Guide for Ecologists


著者:Marie-Josee Fortin & Mark Dale
出版社:Cambridge University Press


タイトル レジュメ 担当者
1章 Introduction
  1. Introduction
  2. Process and pattern
  3. Spatial pattern: spatial dependence versus spatila autocorrelation
  4. The concept of stationarity
  5. Sampling
  6. Concluding remarks
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2章前半 Spatial analysis of population data
  1. Introduction
  2. Mapped point data in two dimensions
  3. Mark correlation function
  4. Networks of events
  5. Network analysis of areal units
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  1. Point pattern in other dimentions
  2. Contiguous units analysis
  3. Circumcircle methods
  4. Concluding remarks
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3章前半 Spatial analysis of sampling data
  1. Introduction
  2. How to determine 'nearby' relationships among sampling units
  3. Join count statistics
  4. Global spatial statistics
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  1. Loacal spatial statistics
  2. Interpolation and spatial models
  3. Concluding remarls
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4章前半 Spatial partitioning of regions: patch and boundary
  1. Introduction
  2. Patch identification
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  1. Boundary delination
  2. Concluding remarks
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5章前半 Dealing with spatial autocorrelation
  1. Introduction
  2. Solutions
  3. More on induced autocorrelation and the relationships between variables
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  1. Models and reality
  2. Considerations for sampling and experimental design
  3. Concluding remarks
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6章前半 Spatio-temporal analysis
  1. Introduction
  2. Change in spatial statisitcs
  3. Spatio-temporal join count
  4. Spatio-temporal analysis of clusters and contagion
  5. Polygon change analysis
  6. Analysis of movement
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  1. Process and pattern
  2. Spatio-temporal orderliness and spatial synchrony
  3. Chaos
  4. Concluding remarks
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7章 Closing comments and future directions
  1. Back to basics
  2. Programming skills
  3. Stationarity
  4. Null hypotheses
  5. Numerical solutions
  6. Statistical difficulties
  7. Randomization and restricted randomization tests
  8. Compkementarity of methods
  9. Future work
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