Backward shortest-path centrality between current and future climate analogs

Jul 5, 2018
Uploaded by Carlos Carroll
Dataset was scientifically peer reviewed
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Backward shortest-path centrality values representing connectivity between current (1981-2010 period) and future (2071-2100 period) climate analogs under RCP8.5.
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AdaptWest
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Carroll, C. , Parks, S. A., Dobrowski, S. Z. and Roberts, D. R. (2018), Climatic, topographic, and anthropogenic factors determine connectivity between current and future climate analogs in North America. Glob Change Biol. Accepted Author Manuscript. . doi:10.1111/gcb.14373
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5 km
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Carlos Carroll
Researcher with KCCR

As the director of the Klamath Center for Conservation Research in Orleans, CA, my research focuses on the use of habitat and viability models in conservation planning in western North America. I also serve as Conservation Science Advisor to the Wilburforce Foundation, and as the Policy Chair of the...