What Is Relative Abundance?


Relative abundance is the abundance of a species (by any measure), divided by the total abundance of all species combined. Relative abundance has no units. Alternatively, relative abundances can be expressed as a percentage. You can find more information here: http://ordination.okstate.edu/abund.htm
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