Data from: Environmental factors explain the spatial mismatches between species richness and phylogenetic diversity of terrestrial mammals

Barreto E, Graham CH, Rangel TF

Date Published: September 7, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.nq8hg19

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Title GWPath_Barreto_et_al_2019
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Description R code to perform Geographically Weighted Path Analysis
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Description A shapefile of the global hexagonal grid containing all the variables used in the publication and the results from the Geographically Weighted Path Analysis. The variables include mean temperature, mean actual evapotranspiration (AET), climate-change velocity since de Last Glacial Maximum, mean elevation and species richness and phylogenetic diversity of terrestrial mammals. The original source from where these variables were obtained can be find in the full text of the publication.
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