Genetic maladaptation of coastal Douglas-fir seedlings to future climates

  title={Genetic maladaptation of coastal Douglas-fir seedlings to future climates},
  • Published 2007
Climates are expected to warm considerably over the next century, resulting in expectations that plant populations will not be adapted to future climates. We estimated the risk of maladaptation of current populations of coastal Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii) to future climates as the proportion of nonoverlap between two normal distributions where the means and genetic variances of current and future populations are determined from genecological models derived from seedling… CONTINUE READING


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