Climate Adaptation Data: Biogeographic Models

Biogeographic models are predictions or projections of the geographic distributions of species or habitats. An example of these is species distribution models. Here we focus on biogeographic modeling done using future climate scenarios to help better understand the potential changes in the patterns of biodiversity on the landscape under climate change.

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Type: Dataset
Titlesort ascending Creator Date Subjects
Tidal Marsh Bird Species Distribution Models Point Blue Conservation Science 2012 tidal marshes
Predicted Effects of Climate Change on Inland Fishes of California Moyle, Peter, 2011 fish, biodiversity
Plant Species and Climate Profile Predictions Nicholas L. Crookston 2009 vegetation distribution, bioclimatic modeling
Distribution maps of ensemble averages and standard deviations for 100 species' modeled future bioclimatic envelope Veloz, Sam, Hamilton, Healy March, 2014 biodiversity, model uncertainty, species distribution modeling
Current and Projected Vegetation Point Blue Conservation Science 2011 vegetation, plants
California Fish Passage Assessment Database (PAD) California Department of Fish and Wildlife, California Coastal Conservancy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Please see website. fish, native fishes, anadromous fish, habitat conservation, connectivity, migration
California Fish Distribution Maps Quinones, R.M., P.B. Moyle, J.V. Katz, A. Bell, N. Santos 2012 fish, native fishes
Bird Species Richness Response to Climate Change Point Blue Conservation Science bioclimatic modeling, climate change projections
Bird Distribution Responses to Climate Change Point Blue Conservation Science 2010 species distribution modeling, birds, bioclimatic modeling
Bird Community Turnover Point Blue Conservation Science birds, bioclimatic modeling