Title : Using species richness and functional traits predictions to constrain assemblage predictions from stacked species distribution models

@inproceedings{DAmenTitleU,
  title={Title : Using species richness and functional traits predictions to constrain assemblage predictions from stacked species distribution models},
  author={Manuela D’Amen and Anne Dubuis and Rui F. Fernandes and Julien Pottier and Lo{\"i}c Pellisser and Antoine Guisan}
}
21 Aim Modelling species distributions at the community level is required to make effective forecast of 22 global change impacts on diversity and ecosystem functioning. Community predictions may be 23 achieved using macroecological properties of communities (macroecological models, MEM), or by 24 stacking of individual species distribution models (stacked species distribution models, S-SDMs). To 25 obtain more realistic predictions of species assemblages, the SESAM (spatially explicit species… CONTINUE READING
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