Data from: Current climate, isolation and history drive global patterns of tree phylogenetic endemism

Sandel B, Weigelt P, Kreft H, Keppel G, van der Sande MT, Levin S, Smith S, Craven D, Knight TM

Date Published: September 4, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jn07s0s

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Title Tree PE, PD, richness and predictors
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Description An ESRI shapefile containing all predictor and response variables per region. Response variables include phylogenetic endemism (PE), species richness, phylogenetic diveristy (PD) and range size rarity (RSR), among others. Predictor variables include a range of descriptions of geographic, historical and climate variables describing (among other things) connectivity, dynamics of tree cover through time and current temperature and precipitation.
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Sandel B, Weigelt P, Kreft H, Keppel G, van der Sande MT, Levin S, Smith S, Craven D, Knight TM (2019) Current climate, isolation and history drive global patterns of tree phylogenetic endemism. Global Ecology and Biogeography. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.13001

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Sandel B, Weigelt P, Kreft H, Keppel G, van der Sande MT, Levin S, Smith S, Craven D, Knight TM (2019) Data from: Current climate, isolation and history drive global patterns of tree phylogenetic endemism. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.jn07s0s
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