Kathryn P Mercier

Kathryn P Mercier
City College of New York | CCNY · Department of Biology

Master of Science

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6
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6 Research Items
21 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2015 - May 2018
University of Central Florida
Position
  • Master's Student

Publications

Publications (6)
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Wildlife-vehicle collisions (WVCs) are a major source of wildlife mortality and should affect regional wildlife diversity and abundance, yet most WVC studies are locally scaled. Here, we evaluated biogeographic diversity (i.e., species richness, effective diversity) and abundance of WVCs at state parks across the Florida peninsula to answer two que...
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The migration-selection balance often governs the evolution of lineages, and speciation with gene flow is now considered common across the tree of life. Ecological speciation is a process that can facilitate divergence despite gene flow due to strong selective pressures caused by ecological differences; however, the exact traits under selection are...
Research
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We first give an elementary derivation of the shrinkage function widely used in compressive sensing and statistical estimations. Then we demonstrate how it can be used in solving several well-known problems and proving one new result in matrix approximations.
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We first give an elementary derivation of the shrinkage function widely used in compressive sensing and statistical estimations. Then we demonstrate how it can be used in solving several well-known problems and proving one new result in matrix approximations.

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