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High-resolution habitat suitability modelling can improve conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea

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High-resolution habitat suitability modelling can improve conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea

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High-resolution habitat suitability modelling can improve conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea

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High-resolution habitat suitability modelling can improve conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea

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Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Journal of biogeography, 2013, Vol.40 (9), p.1702-1714

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1419589062

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Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Ltd

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Aim The distribution of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea is poorly understood. This has led to the emergence of modelling methods to predict the occurrence of suitable habitat for conservation planning in data-sparse areas. Recent global analyses for cold-water corals predict a high probability of occurrence along the slopes of continen...

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High-resolution habitat suitability modelling can improve conservation of vulnerable marine ecosystems in the deep sea

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0305-0270

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1365-2699

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10.1111/jbi.12123

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