A Frontier Model for Landscape Ecology: The Tapir in Honduras

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Kevin Flesher; Eduardo Ley;
(1995)
  • Subject: Tapir, Frontier models, landscape ecology, conservation
    • jel: jel:C1 | jel:C4 | jel:C5 | jel:C2 | jel:C3 | jel:C8

We borrow a frontier specification from the econometrics literature to make inferences about the tolerance of the tapir to human settlements. We estimate the width of an invisible band surrounding human settlements which would act as a frontier or exclusion zone to the ... View more
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