[CT Birds] eBird over North America

Roy Harvey rmharvey at snet.net
Tue May 31 17:07:54 EDT 2016


Over on the BirdChat list, Eran Tomer has posted a ten-part (!) analysis of eBird coverage of North America.  While it may well be something only a statistician could love, it provides some interesting insights into eBird usage.

Here are links to the ten parts.


https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=899
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=1723
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=2467
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=3345
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=4223
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=5069
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=5958
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=6841
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=7733
https://listserv.ksu.edu/cgi-bin?A2=ind1605E&L=BIRDCHAT&T=0&O=D&P=8487


Roy Harvey
Beacon Falls, CT




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