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Modeling potential future individual tree-species distributions in the eastern United States under a climate change scenario: a case study with Pinus virginianaAuthor(s): Louis R. Iverson; Anantha Prasad; Mark W. Schwartz; Mark W. Schwartz
Source: Ecological Modelling. 115: 77-93.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWe are using a deterministic regression tree analysis model (DISTRIB) and a stochastic migration model (SHIFT) to examine potential distributions of ~66 individual species of eastern US trees under a 2 x CO2 climate change scenario. This process is demonstrated for Virginia pine (Pinus virginiana).
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CitationIverson, Louis R.; Prasad, Anantha; Schwartz, Mark W. 1999. Modeling potential future individual tree-species distributions in the eastern United States under a climate change scenario: a case study with Pinus virginiana. Ecological Modelling. 115: 77-93.
Keywordsclimate change, GIS, Landscape ecology, species distribution, migration, regression tree analysis, FIA, model
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