The use of replicated plot, line and point sampling for estimating species abundance and ecological diversity View Full Text


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DATE

1998-12

AUTHORS

L. Barabesi, L. Fattorini

ABSTRACT

The paper deals with the problem of estimating diversity indexes for an ecological community. First the species abundances are unbiasedly and consistently estimated using designs based on n random and independent selections of plots, points or lines over the study area. The problem of sampling elusive populations is also considered. Finally, the diversity index estimates are obtained as functions of the abundance estimates. The resulting estimators turn out to be asymptotically (n large) unbiased, even if a considerable bias may occur for a small n. Accordingly, the method of jackknifing is made use of in order to reduce bias. More... »

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353-370

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