Publication bias in waders
Thomas, G. H., Szekely, T. and Sutherland, W. J., 2003. Publication bias in waders. Wader Study Group Bulletin, 100, pp. 216-223.
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Why are some waders better studied than others? We investigated the effects of life-history and ecological traits (population size, conservation status, body mass, wing length, breeding latitude, mating system, and migratory behaviour) on the number of publications in waders. A phylogenetic comparative approach is employed using an unpublished wader supertree. Overall, population size appears to be the most useful predictor of citation. The presence of publication bias may impact upon comparative and meta-analyses. The trend towards studies of taxa with large populations indicates that taxa at risk of local or global extinction may be understudied.
|Creators||Thomas, G. H., Szekely, T. and Sutherland, W. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Biology & Biochemistry|
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