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# Category Archives: Schnabel census

## “Holy crap – an actual book!”

Originally posted on mathbabe:

Yo, everyone! The final version of my book now exists, and I have exactly one copy! Here’s my editor, Amanda Cook, holding it yesterday when we met for beers: Here’s my son holding it: He’s offered…

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## Species abundances, raw abundances, and species composition

From Climate Change Ecology, An intuitive explanation for the 'double-zeroes' problem with Euclidean distances.