Data from: Reconstructing the origins of high-alpine niches and cushion life form in the genus Androsace s.l. (Primulaceae)

Boucher F, Thuiller W, Roquet C, Douzet R, Aubert S, Alvarez N, Lavergne S

Date Published: October 6, 2011

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dp4rt4sh

 

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Title Clim_GBIF_2-5min
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Description Extracted climatic variables for all occurrence points used in the study. The variables are the 19 Bioclim variables, at a 2.5' resolution. Each line corresponds to a site in the corresponding file of occurrences : Rel_flo_GBIF.txt
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Title Rel_flo_GBIF
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Description Floristic table (occurrence points) for all species in the Androsace (s.l.) with coordinates provided by GBIF.org
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Boucher F, Thuiller W, Roquet C, Douzet R, Aubert S, Alvarez N, Lavergne S (2011) Reconstructing the origins of high-alpine niches and cushion life form in the genus Androsace s.l. (Primulaceae). Evolution 66(4): 1255-1268. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01483.x

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Boucher F, Thuiller W, Roquet C, Douzet R, Aubert S, Alvarez N, Lavergne S (2011) Data from: Reconstructing the origins of high-alpine niches and cushion life form in the genus Androsace s.l. (Primulaceae). Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.dp4rt4sh
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