SOUNDING Predicting the past distribution of species climatic niches

@inproceedings{NogusBravo2009SOUNDINGPT,
  title={SOUNDING Predicting the past distribution of species climatic niches},
  author={David Nogu{\'e}s-Bravo and Jos{\'e} Guti{\'e}rrez Abascal},
  year={2009}
}
Predicting past distributions of species climatic niches, hindcasting, by using climate envelope models (CEMs) is emerging as an exciting research area. CEMs are used to examine veiled evolutionary questions about extinctions, locations of past refugia and migration pathways, or to propose hypotheses concerning the past population structure of species in phylogeographical studies. CEMs are sensitive to theoretical assumptions, to model classes and to projections in non-analogous climates, among… CONTINUE READING