Ecological niche modelling of montane mammals in the Great Basin, North America: examining past and present connectivity of species across basins and ranges

@inproceedings{Waltari2009EcologicalNM,
  title={Ecological niche modelling of montane mammals in the Great Basin, North America: examining past and present connectivity of species across basins and ranges},
  author={Eric Waltari and Robert P. Guralnick},
  year={2009}
}
  • Eric Waltari, Robert P. Guralnick
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Aim The goal of this study was to determine the extent of suitable habitats across the basins and ranges of the Great Basin for 13 montane mammals in the present and during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). For all these mammal species, we test whether: (1) more suitable habitat was available in basin areas during the LGM; (2) suitable habitat shifted upwards in elevation between the LGM and the present; (3) more ranges have suitable habitat than are currently occupied; and (4) these species are… CONTINUE READING

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