Biology Letters

Ecco il sommario degli articoli, liberamente accessibili da qui:– Introduction. Global change and biodiversity: future challenges Phoebe Barnard and Wilfried Thuiller   pag. 553-555    – Incorporating the effects of changes in vegetation functioning and CO2 on water Sophie Rickebusch, Wilfried Thuiller, Thomas Hickler, Miguel B. Arau´jo, Martin T. Sykes, Oliver Schweiger and Bruno Lafourcade pag. 556-559  – Predicting extinction risks

Ecco il sommario degli articoli, liberamente accessibili da qui:

– Introduction. Global change and biodiversity: future challenges
Phoebe Barnard and Wilfried Thuiller  
pag. 553-555 
 
– Incorporating the effects of changes in vegetation functioning and CO2 on water
Sophie Rickebusch, Wilfried Thuiller, Thomas Hickler, Miguel B. Arau´jo, Martin T. Sykes, Oliver Schweiger and Bruno Lafourcade
pag. 556-559
 
– Predicting extinction risks under climate change: coupling stochastic population models with dynamic bioclimatic habitat models
David A. Keith, H. Resit Akçakaya, Wilfried Thuiller, Guy F. Midgley, Richard G. Pearson, Steven J. Phillips, Helen M. Regan, Miguel B. Araújo and Tony G. Rebelo
pag. 560-563
 
– Climate and land use change impacts on plant distributions in Germany
Sven Pompe, Jan Hanspach, Franz Badeck, Stefan Klotz, Wilfried Thuiller and Ingolf
pag. 564-567 
 
– The coincidence of climatic and species rarity: high risk to small-range species from climate change
Ralf Ohlemüller, Barbara J. Anderson, Miguel B. Araújo, Stuart H.M. Butchart
pag. 568-572 
 
– Contemporary perspectives on the niche that can improve models of species range shifts under climate change
Xavier Morin and Martin J. Lechowicz
pag. 573-576 
 
– Spatial analysis improves species distribution modelling during range expansion
Paulo De Marco, Jr, José Alexandre Felizola Diniz-Filho and Luis Mauricio Bini
pag. 577-580 
 
– Climate and the range dynamics of species with imperfect detection
Res Altwegg, Marius Wheeler and Birgit Erni
pag. 581-584 
 
– Predicting current and future biological invasions: both native and invaded ranges matter
Olivier Broennimann and Antoine Guisan
pag. 585-589

– Climate change adaptation for conservation in Madagascar
Lee Hannah, Radhika Dave, Porter P. Lowry, II, Sandy Andelman, Michele Andrianarisata, Luciano Andriamaro, Alison Cameron, Robert Hijmans, Claire Kremen, James MacKinnon, Harison Hanitriniaina Randrianasolo, Sylvie Andriambololonera, Andriamandimbisoa Razafimpahanana, Herilala Randriamahazo, Jeannicq Randrianarisoa, Philippe Razafinjatovo, Chris Raxworthy, George E. Schatz, Mark Tadross and Lucienne Wilmé
pag. 590-594 
 
– Ecophysiological constraints shape autumn migratory response to climate change in the North American field sparrow
William B. Monahan and Robert J. Hijmans
pag. 595-598 
 
– Performance of climate envelope models in retrodicting recent changes in bird population size from observed climatic change
Rhys E. Green, Yvonne C. Collingham, Stephen G. Willis, Richard D. Gregory, Ken W. Smith and Brian Huntley
pag. 599-602