Projected climate change and urbanization impacts on the distribution of five Southern California species

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Basic Information

Data layers of current and projected suitable habitat for five species: big-eared woodrat (Neotoma macrotis), California gnatcatcher, Ceanothus greggii, Ceanothus verrucosus, and Tecate cypress in the South Coast Ecoregion in California, USA. Data set includes scenarios with and without projected urban growth over a 50 year period, and with and without projected climate change over a 50 year period.

Regan, H.M., A.D. Syphard, J. Franklin, R. Swab, L. Markovchick, A.L. Flint, L.E. Flint, P.H. Zedler
org: California LCC
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Date Issued: 
March, 2014
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