Browsing Department of Geography by Subject "Random Forest"
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Climatic variables determining Rhododendron sister taxa distributions and distributional overlaps in the Himalayas (International Biogeography Society, 2017)Endemic species in mountains are vulnerable to rapid climate change. We elucidated distributional overlaps and related climatic variables for two endemic sister taxa of Rhododendron and a generalist with respect to current ...Journal article
Parapatric subspecies of Macaca assamensis show a marginal overlap in their predicted potential distribution: Some elaborations for modern conservation management (Wiley Open Access, 2018-09-04)Phylogenetic niche conservatism implies that sister taxa will have similar niches, although the niches of disjunct subspecies may evolve differently. This study uses Macaca assamensis, subspecies assamensis and pelops, to ...Journal article
Spatial dynamics of species distributions in an anthropogenic landscape in the context of climate change (The University of Bergen, 2018-06-08)Introduction: Climate change and land-use (intensity) change are factors that force biological organisms to change their geographical distributions. These two global drivers, both alone and in combination, have a large ...Doctoral thesis