Do geographic distribution , niche property and life form explain plants ’ vulnerability to global change ?

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  title={Do geographic distribution , niche property and life form explain plants ’ vulnerability to global change ?},
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  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
We modelled the future distribution in 2050 of 975 endemic plant species in southern Africa distributed among seven life forms, including new methodological insights improving the accuracy and ecological realism of predictions of global changes studies by: (i) using only endemic species as a way to capture the full realized niche of species, (ii) considering the direct impact of human pressure on landscape and biodiversity jointly with climate, and (iii) taking species’ migration into account… CONTINUE READING
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