To produce a dynamic model of tree line position and habitat suitability for temperate and warm temperate forests, with high spatial and temporal resolution from the Last Glacial Maximum to the present, using an approach based on the quasi-constant altitudinal difference between the tree line altitude (TLA) and the equilibrium line altitude (ELA) of glaciers

Marta, S., Mattoccia, M., & Sbordoni, V. (2013). Modelling landscape dynamics in a glacial refugium - or the spatial and temporal fluctuations of tree line altitudes. JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, 40(9), 1767-1779 [10.1111/jbi.12120].

Modelling landscape dynamics in a glacial refugium - or the spatial and temporal fluctuations of tree line altitudes

MARTA, SILVIO;MATTOCCIA, MARCO;SBORDONI, VALERIO
2013

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To produce a dynamic model of tree line position and habitat suitability for temperate and warm temperate forests, with high spatial and temporal resolution from the Last Glacial Maximum to the present, using an approach based on the quasi-constant altitudinal difference between the tree line altitude (TLA) and the equilibrium line altitude (ELA) of glaciers
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Marta, S., Mattoccia, M., & Sbordoni, V. (2013). Modelling landscape dynamics in a glacial refugium - or the spatial and temporal fluctuations of tree line altitudes. JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY, 40(9), 1767-1779 [10.1111/jbi.12120].
Marta, S; Mattoccia, M; Sbordoni, V
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