Predicting potential climate change impacts with bioclimate envelope models : a palaeoecological perspectivegeb

@inproceedings{Roberts2012PredictingPC,
  title={Predicting potential climate change impacts with bioclimate envelope models : a palaeoecological perspectivegeb},
  author={David R Roberts and Andreas Hamann},
  year={2012}
}
Aim We assess the realism of bioclimate envelope model projections for anticipated future climates by validating ecosystem reconstructions for the late Quaternary with fossil and pollen data. Specifically, we ask: (1) do climate conditions with no modern analogue negatively affect the accuracy of ecosystem reconstructions? (2) are bioclimate envelope model projections biased towards under-predicting forested ecosystems? (3) given a palaeoecological perspective, are potential habitat projections… CONTINUE READING

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