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Wallace v2.0 Animalia: Habitat suitability distribution modelling for Animalia worldwide

James Cook University
Graham, Erin ; VanDerWal, Jeremy ; Atkinson, Ian
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Climate change scenarios were sourced from the UK Met Office Hadley Centre for CMIP5 global climate models and scaled to 20km resolution. Species occurrence records were downloaded from GBIF. Maxent was used to model the habitat suitability distributions.
https://wallaceinitiative.org/

Created: 2021-05-05

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  • DOI : 10.25903/xfrm-d787