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Divergent occurrences of juvenile and adult trees are explained by both environmental change and ontogenetic effects

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Heiland, Lukas ; Kunstler, Georges ; Ruiz‐Benito, Paloma ; Buras, Allan ; Dahlgren, Jonas ; Hülsmann, Lisa
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 08 Mar 2022 17:52


Recent climate warming has fueled interest into climate-driven range shifts of tree species. A common approach to detect range shifts is to compare the divergent occurrences between juvenile and adult trees along environmental gradients using static data. Divergent occurrences between life stages can, however, also be caused by ontogenetic effects. These include shifts of the viable environmental ...


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