Signatures of range expansion and erosion in eastern North American trees.

@article{Murphy2010SignaturesOR,
  title={Signatures of range expansion and erosion in eastern North American trees.},
  author={Helen T. Murphy and Jeremy VanDerWal and Jon Lovett-Doust},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={13 10},
  pages={1233-44}
}
Abundance and occupancy of populations at high- and low-latitude geographic range edges will be critically important in determining a species' response to climate change. Low abundance and occupancy at expanding (high latitude) edges of the range may limit a species capacity to migrate, and at trailing (low latitude) edges, may result in range erosion and regional extinction. We examined abundance-occupancy distributions across the geographic ranges of 102 eastern North American trees and… CONTINUE READING
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