Modeled frequency and predicted range of subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa) under various climate scenarios

Feb 19, 2012
Uploaded by Raphael Roy-Jauvin
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 This dataset contains 8 layers showing current and predicted ranges of subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa ). One layer demonstrates range according to current climate conditions averaged from the period 1950-1975. Six layers model predicted ranges according to two different IPCC scenarios according to their Canadian Climate Centre modeling and Analysis (CCCma) third generation general correlation models (CGCM3) A2 and B1, in the years 2020, 2050, and 2080. An 8th layer shows a continuous model of predicted occurrence for the period 1975-2006.
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 Nicholas C. Coops, Richard H. Waring, Clayton Beier, Raphael-Roy-Jauvin & Tongli Wang
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 Coops, N. C., Waring, R. H., Beier, C., Roy-Jauvin, R., Wang, T. 2011. Modeling the occurrence of 15 tree species throughout the Pacific Northwest of North America using a hybrid approach of a generic process-based growth model and decision tree analysis. Applied Vegetation Science: 1-13.
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Raphael Roy-Jauvin
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Student research assistant for the "Integrated Remote Sensing Studio" (IRSS) lab at the University of British-Columbia in Vancouver, BC.