Workshops & Classes

Species Distribution Modeling“A Hands-on Short Course in Species Distribution Modeling Using R: From Start to Finish”
Workshop for the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Saturday, 6 August 2017

All materials including tutorials and data files (51MB – last updated 22 September 2017)

Individual tutorials as Word documents:

 


Species Distribution Modeling“Species Distribution Modeling in R: From Start

“A Hands-On Short Course on Species Distribution Modeling in Conservation Using R: From Start to Finish”
Short Course at Society for Conservation Biology’s North American Congress for Conservation Biology, 21 July 2016

All materials including tutorials and data files (85 MB, last updated July 26, 2016)

Just tutorials in one zipped file (last updated July 26, 2016)

Individual tutorials as Word documents (last updated July 26, 2016):

 


Species Distribution Modeling“Species Distribution Modeling in R: From Start to Finish” Workshop at Kansas State University, February 2016

Files for “Series 1” (170 MB)

Files for “Series 2” (170 MB)

 


Species Distribution Modeling“An Introduction to Best Practices in Species Distribution Modeling” Workshop at Kansas State University, 2012

Updated 2016: Please note that the materials here are slightly dated compared to current knowledge about distribution modeling, but many people are still finding them useful. The presentation is an especially thorough overview of modeling practices.


icon_sdm02_gray“A Brief Introduction to Species Distribution Modeling” Workshop at Missouri

Botanical Garden, 2012

Please note that if you have a copy of the “sdmShortCourse_mbg” folder, you already have these files.

  • Presentation (pdf, 12 MB)
  • Files and R code (zip file, 70 MB)
  • Exercise II: “Giving Grinnell a Computer” (link to website, also located in the folder, “grinnellExercise”… just double-click the file named “index”)

 icon_sdm02_gray“Best Practices in Species Distribution Modeling for Conservation” Workshop at North American Congress of the Society for Conservation Biology, Oakland, California, 2012

Please note that if you have a copy of the “sdmShortCourse_scb” folder, you already have these files.

  • Presentation (pdf, 15 MB)
  • Files and R code (zip file, 70 MB)
  • Exercise II: “Giving Grinnell a Computer” (link to website, also located in the folder, “grinnellExercise”… just double-click the file named “index”)

species-area relationship“The Species-area Relationship (SAR) in Conservation Biology” Lecture in Stan Braude’s conservation biology course, Washington University in St. Louis, 2011 and 2012.