We introduce a Special Section of The Journal of Wildlife Management (JWM) that contains 9 papers describing in theory and in practice a wide range of applications of resource selection statistics, several of which have not been previously published. There is an intense interest in and widespread use of resource selection statistics in the study of wildlife and habitat relationships. There is also debate over the proper application of these methods. We briefly describe the debate and the papers contained in the Special Section. We point out that resource selection statistics, when properly applied, can be a powerful tool in wildlife research.
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Vol. 70 • No. 2