Using ecological niche modeling for quantitative biogeographic analysis : a case study of Miocene and Pliocene Equinae in the Great Plains

@inproceedings{Maguire2009UsingEN,
  title={Using ecological niche modeling for quantitative biogeographic analysis : a case study of Miocene and Pliocene Equinae in the Great Plains},
  author={Kaitlin Clare Maguire and Alycia L. Stigall},
  year={2009}
}
—The subfamily Equinae in the Great Plains region of North America underwent a dramatic radiation and subsequent decline as climate changed from warm and humid in the middle Miocene to cooler and more arid conditions during the late Miocene. Here we use ecological niche modeling (ENM), specifically the GARP (Genetic Algorithm using Rule-set Prediction) modeling system, to reconstruct the geographic distribution of individual species during two time slices from the middle Miocene through early… CONTINUE READING
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