species distribution modelling

Climate refugia: joint inferences from fossils, genetics and models

Cenozoic climate changes and the demise of Tethyan laurel forests: lessons for the future from an integrative reconstruction of the past

Climate on Earth has always been changing. Despite decades of investigation, our limited knowledge of the ecological and evolutionary effects of climate changes often translates into uncertain predictions about the impact of future climates on …

An integrative framework to investigate species responses to climate change: biogeography and ecology of relict trees in the Mediterranean

Past tree range dynamics in the Iberian Peninsula inferred through phylogeography and palaeodistribution modelling: a review

The forests in the Iberian Peninsula have been strongly influenced by past climatic changes, but reconstructing their historical distributions and dynamics is very difficult due to the complex climatic characteristics and relief of the region. …

The evolution of species’ niches: insights from SDMs

Reconstructing species’ range dynamics using SDMs

An integrative framework to investigate species responses to climate change: biogeography and ecology of relict trees in the Mediterranean

Reconstructing the demise of Tethyan plants: climate-driven range dynamics of Laurus since the Pliocene

Climate changes are thought to be responsible for the retreat and eventual extinction of subtropical lauroid species that covered much of Europe and North Africa during the Palaeogene and early Neogene; little is known, however, of the spatial and …