27 May 2018 to 27 May 2018
27 May 2018
Lack of knowledge among students and researchers is an important constrain in developing, accessing and interpreting SDMs. With the availability of GIS data and new spatial tools, biologists can now readily obtain environmental data for thousands of localities and hundreds of species across the globe, permitting them to more rigorously explore the underlying ecological and evolutionary causes of bio-geographic patterns.
Therefore, a workshop on SDM will greatly benefit researchers to learn different SDM techniques and also to develop an understanding about theories and assumptions associated with SDMs.