Data from: Naturalized distributions show that climatic disequilibrium is structured by niche size in pines (Pinus L.)

Perret DL, Leslie AB, Sax DF

Date Published: December 13, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1hr1n52

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Title naturalized pine occurrences and associated climatic data
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Description A comma-delimited data file that contains naturalized occurrences for 25 pine species, globally. Each occurrence is a row, with species indicated, georeferenced coordinates, country, and associated climate data. Each occurrence corresponds with an herbarium specimen; for herbarium data, contact the authors. Climatic data column names correspond with BioClim variables downloaded from CliMond and other sources. See main article text for further details and variables used in main analyses. Native range occurrences are available from the Conifer Database (for use, contact Aljos Farjon; a.farjon@kew.org).
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Title global climate data
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Description A comma-delimited file that contains climate data used to create the global climate space background. Data is in point format, where x and y locations correspond to the center of a 10 arc-minute grid cell. Column names correspond with climatic variables downloaded from CliMond and other sources. See main article text for further details and the specific variables used in main analyses.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Perret DL, Leslie AB, Sax DF (2018) Naturalized distributions show that climatic disequilibrium is structured by niche size in pines (Pinus L.). Global Ecology and Biogeography, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.12862

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Perret DL, Leslie AB, Sax DF (2018) Data from: Naturalized distributions show that climatic disequilibrium is structured by niche size in pines (Pinus L.). Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1hr1n52
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