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John Thomas Curtis

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American ecologist and botanist

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Ecology
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Botany
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According to Wikipedia, John Thomas Curtis was an American botanist and plant ecologist. He is particularly known for his lasting contribution to the development of numerical methods in ecology. Together with J. Roger Bray, he developed the method of polar ordination with its inherent distance measure, the Bray-Curtis dissimilarity.

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