Biologia da Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre_Cullen_Rudy_Rudran_e_Valladare -1
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descubra como avaliar em que situação cada um deve ser usado.
Apesar de todas as informações apresentadas, ainda há niuito para se desco­
brir sobre a aplicabilidade, de métodos de estimativa de riqueza a estudos de 
biodiversidade. A maioria dos métòdos não passou por avaliações extensas 
através de simulações de computador, alguns foram pouco testados com da­
dos empíricos, e ainda não foi feito nenhum estudo testando a validade de 
estimativas de riqueza para comparação de inventários, o que seria o principal 
objetivo desses métodos. Como sugerem as datas de publicação da maioria 
dos trabalhos citados neste capítulo, esses métodos e seu uso em ecologia são 
relativamente recentes. A disseminação de seu uso como instrumento para 
análise de inventários depende de avaliações rigorosas sobre sua atuação em 
diferentes tipos de dados.
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