Abundance (ecology)

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In ecology, abundance is the relative representation of a species in a particular ecosystem. It is usually measured as the number of individuals found per sample. How species abundances are distributed within an ecosystem is referred to as relative species abundances. Both indicators are relevant for computing biodiversity. Abundance is contrasted with, but typically correlates to, incidence, whic...[Read More]

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