Measuring biodiversity

  • Rousseau R
  • Van Hecke P
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‘Biodiversity’ is all to often used as a “buzz-word”, with no clearly defined meaning, let alone a strict procedure to measure it. This article proposes a logical procedure, based on a similar approach in socio-economics (to measure income inequality). Every element in our logical procedure is known. Bringing it all together as presented is new, as far as we know.

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