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I think different: Models of climate warming impact on plant species are unrealistic

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Author(s): Alessandro Ferrarini

Journal: Environmental Skeptics and Critics
ISSN 2224-4263

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 30;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: biotic interactions | climate change | future niche | plant communities | plant species | system dynamics

ABSTRACT
Although studies about climate change impacts on plant species are often published on prestigious journals, in particular when they deal with broad areas and numerous species, in this manuscript I advance my doubts on their methodological robustness and, as a consequence, on their results. In particular I focus my attention on two major drawbacks, i.e. the need for a) nonlinear community-based models instead of species-based ones, and b) for the replacement of the potential niche with the future niche in predictive models.
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