Benchmarking novel approaches for modelling species range dynamics.

  title={Benchmarking novel approaches for modelling species range dynamics.},
  author={Damaris Zurell and Wilfried Thuiller and J{\"o}rn Pagel and Juliano Sarmento Cabral and Tamara M{\"u}nkem{\"u}ller and Dominique Gravel and Stefan Dullinger and Signe Normand and Katja H. Schiffers and Kara A. Moore and Niklaus E. Zimmermann},
  journal={Global change biology},
  volume={22 8},
Increasing biodiversity loss due to climate change is one of the most vital challenges of the 21st century. To anticipate and mitigate biodiversity loss, models are needed that reliably project species' range dynamics and extinction risks. Recently, several new approaches to model range dynamics have been developed to supplement correlative species distribution models (SDMs), but applications clearly lag behind model development. Indeed, no comparative analysis has been performed to evaluate… CONTINUE READING


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