Climate refugia: from the Last Glacial Maximum to the twenty-first century.

  title={Climate refugia: from the Last Glacial Maximum to the twenty-first century.},
  author={Arndt Hampe and F Rodr{\'i}guez-S{\'a}nchez and Solomon Dobrowski and Feng Sheng Hu and Daniel G Gavin},
  journal={The New phytologist},
  volume={197 1},
ThehistoryofEarth is ahistoryof recurrent climate change.Today’s globalbiodiversitydemonstrates thatmany specieshavebeenable to cope with climate shifts in the past. Yet great concern exists that modern climate change is likely to overstrain the capacity of many species to track suitable climate spaces, potentially leading to widespread extinctions through the coming decades. This view is further promoted by a large number of species distribution modeling (SDM) forecasts. It remains, however… CONTINUE READING
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