Relationships between plant traits and climate in the Mediterranean region : A pollen data analysis

@inproceedings{BarboniRelationshipsBP,
  title={Relationships between plant traits and climate in the Mediterranean region : A pollen data analysis},
  author={Barboni and Patrick J. Bartlein and Sanchez-Go{\~n}i}
}
Question: What are the correlations between the degree of drought stress and temperature, and the adoption of specific adaptive strategies by plants in the Mediterranean region? Location: 602 sites across the Mediterranean region. Method: We considered 12 plant morphological and pheno-logical traits, and measured their abundance at the sites as trait scores obtained from pollen percentages. We conducted stepwise regression analyses of trait scores as a function of plant available moisture… CONTINUE READING
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Internet supplement to: Barboni, D. et al. 2004. Relationships between plant traits and climate in the Mediterranean region: an analysis based on pollen data

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