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Empirical Analyses of Plant‐Climate Relationships for the Western United States
International journal of plant sciences
The Random Forests multiple-regression tree was used to model climate profiles of 25 biotic communities of the western United States and nine of their constituent species. Analyses of the communities were based on a gridded sample of ca. 140,000 points, while those for the species used presence-absence data from ca. 120,000 locations. Independent variables included 35 simple expressions of temperature and precipitation and their interactions. Classification errors for community models averageddoi:10.1086/507711 fatcat:dbojh5czszfhphg3ycdb2m2ntq