Data from: Northeastern North America as a potential refugium for boreal forests in a warming climate

D'Orangeville L, Duchesne L, Houle D, Kneeshaw D, Côté B, Pederson N

Date Published: June 21, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.785cv

 

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Title Black spruce standardized chronologies
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Description The file contains the standardized growth indices (chronologies) for 378 black spruce populations across Quebec, Canada, for the period 1960-2004. Each chronology in identified by its lat-lon coordinates. In addition, the file displays the soil type (deposit, texture, drainage) associated with each chronology.
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Title Historical monthly climate
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Description This file contains the average monthly temperature, precipitation and soil moisture index, identified by their lon-lat coordinates, corresponding to the black spruce chronologies (1960-2004).
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Title Baseline and future climate simulations
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Description Spatially-explicit climate data (Shape files) from the NEX-GDDP dataset, prepared by the Climate Analytics Group and NASA Ames Research Center using the NASA Earth Exchange, distributed by the NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS), and transformed by Travis Logan at Ouranos, Montreal, Canada. The data cover the southern part of Quebec, Canada, and summarize the outputs of 21 climate simulations and two greenhouse gas emission scenarios (RCP). The data are divided in three sets: historical (1970-2000), future (2041-2070) with a 4.5 RCP and future (2041-2070) with a 8.5 RCP.
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D'Orangeville L, Duchesne L, Houle D, Kneeshaw D, Côté B, Pederson N (2016) Northeastern North America as a potential refugium for boreal forests in a warming climate. Science 352(6292): 1452-1455. http://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.aaf4951

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D'Orangeville L, Duchesne L, Houle D, Kneeshaw D, Côté B, Pederson N (2016) Data from: Northeastern North America as a potential refugium for boreal forests in a warming climate. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.785cv
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