Drawbacks to palaeodistribution modelling: the case of South American seasonally dry forests

@inproceedings{Collevatti2013DrawbacksTP,
  title={Drawbacks to palaeodistribution modelling: the case of South American seasonally dry forests},
  author={Rosane Garcia Collevatti and Levi Carina Terribile and Guilherme Dumaresq de Oliveira and Matheus Souza Lima-Ribeiro and Jo{\~a}o Carlos Nabout and Thiago Fernado Rangel and Jos{\'e} Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho},
  year={2013}
}
Aim Species distribution modelling (SDM) has increasingly been used to predict palaeodistributions at regional and global scales in order to understand the response of vegetation to climate change and to estimate palaeodistributions for the testing of biogeographical hypotheses. However, there are many sources of uncertainty in SDM that may restrict the ability of models to hindcast palaeo-distributions and provide a basis for hypothesis testing in molecular phylogenetics and… CONTINUE READING

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