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Accounting for ecological and genetic processes changes species distribution predictions: adaptation of mediterranean forests to climate change as a model

Abstract : Bioclimatic niche models predict drastic changes in the geographical distribution of forest species habitats by the end of the 21st century. However, these models rarely account for management and the dynamics of the forest response to climate change. Recent interdisciplinary research in diversity-rich Mediterranean forests shows how demographic and evolutionary processes change local forest structure and composition. Integrating knowledge of these multiple processes into a comprehensive modeling approach is necessary to understand how species will track their habitats under changing environnemental conditions.
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Bruno Fady, Annabelle Amm, Francois Courbet, Philippe Cubry, Hendrik Davi, et al.. Accounting for ecological and genetic processes changes species distribution predictions: adaptation of mediterranean forests to climate change as a model. International Scientific Conférence "our common future under climate change, Jul 2015, Paris, France. 2015. ⟨hal-02799108⟩

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