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A dynamic eco-evolutionary model predicts slow response of alpine plants to climate warming

Nature Communications

May 5, 2017

Olivier CottoFrédéric Guillaume

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Withstanding extinction while facing rapid climate change depends on a species' ability to track its ecological niche or to evolve a new one. Current methods that predict climate-driven species' range shifts use ecological modelling without eco-evolutionary dynamics. Here we present an ...read more

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A dynamic eco-evolutionary model predicts slow response of alpine plants to climate warming

Nature Communications

May 5, 2017

Olivier CottoFrédéric Guillaume

PMID: 28474676

DOI: 10.1038/ncomms15399

Abstract

Withstanding extinction while facing rapid climate change depends on a species' ability to track its ecological niche or to evolve a new one. Current methods that predict climate-driven species' range shifts use ecological modelling without eco-evolutionary dynamics. Here we present an ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Species
Simulation
In Silico
Response (Communication)
Population Group
33
11
141

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