Arctic Species Trend Index: Key Findings from an In-depth Look at Marine Species and Development of Spatial Analysis Techniques
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SubjectASTI, assessment, fish, birds, mammal, marine mammals, spatial, temporal, indices, index, indicator, assessment
"This report builds on the CAFF report The Arctic Species Trend Index 2010: Tracking trends in Arctic wildlife. This report provides an update of the overall index, an exploration of the data sets using spatial analysis techniques, and a more in-depth examination of the data sets for marine vertebrates. The report is based on two technical reports prepared for CAFF. The report contains a plain language summary of the ASTI methods, as well as a table showing the time spans and sample sizes for the various analyses described."
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