Estimating How Inflated or Obscured Effects of Climate Affect Forecasted Species Distribution

@inproceedings{Real2013EstimatingHI,
  title={Estimating How Inflated or Obscured Effects of Climate Affect Forecasted Species Distribution},
  author={Raimundo Real and David G{\'o}mez Romero and Jes{\'u}s Olivero and Alba Estrada and Ana Luz M{\'a}rquez},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Climate is one of the main drivers of species distribution. However, as different environmental factors tend to co-vary, the effect of climate cannot be taken at face value, as it may be either inflated or obscured by other correlated factors. We used the favourability models of four species (Alytes dickhilleni, Vipera latasti, Aquila fasciata and Capra pyrenaica) inhabiting Spanish mountains as case studies to evaluate the relative contribution of climate in their forecasted favourability by… CONTINUE READING

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