Individual climatically suitable ranges for the year 2100 for 120 European mammals were modelled using BIOCLIM and overlaid. The change in percentage from species richness based on current climatically suitable ranges was then calculated.
Levinsky, I., Skov, F., Svenning, J.C. & Rahbek, C. (2007) Potential impacts of climate change on the distributions and diversity patterns of European mammals. Biodiversity and Conservation, 16, 3803-3816.
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