Concluding Remarks. Hutchinson, G. E. 22:415–427.
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This concluding survey of the problems considered in the Symposium naturally falls into three sections. In the first brief section certain of the areas in which there is considerable difference in outlook are discussed with a view to ascertaining the nature of the differences in the points of view of workers in different parts of the field; no aspect of the Symposium has been more important than the reduction of areas of dispute. In the second section a rather detailed analysis of one particular problem is given, partly because the question, namely, the nature of the ecological niche and the validity of the principle of niche specificity has raised and continues to raise difficulties, and partly because discussion of this problem gives an opportunity to refer to new work of potential importance not otherwise considered in the Symposium. The third section deals with possible directions for future research.
@article{hutchinsonConcludingRemarks1957,
  title = {Concluding Remarks},
  author = {Hutchinson, George E.},
  date = {1957-01},
  journaltitle = {Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology},
  volume = {22},
  pages = {415--427},
  issn = {1943-4456},
  doi = {10.1101/sqb.1957.022.01.039},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1101/sqb.1957.022.01.039},
  abstract = {This concluding survey of the problems considered in the Symposium naturally falls into three sections. In the first brief section certain of the areas in which there is considerable difference in outlook are discussed with a view to ascertaining the nature of the differences in the points of view of workers in different parts of the field; no aspect of the Symposium has been more important than the reduction of areas of dispute. In the second section a rather detailed analysis of one particular problem is given, partly because the question, namely, the nature of the ecological niche and the validity of the principle of niche specificity has raised and continues to raise difficulties, and partly because discussion of this problem gives an opportunity to refer to new work of potential importance not otherwise considered in the Symposium. The third section deals with possible directions for future research.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-11419594,bioclimatic-predictors,ecology,habitat-suitability,hutchinsonian-niche,niche-modelling,precursor-research}
}
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