Current and predicted range of Western Redcedar under climate change in the Pacific Northwest

Mar 22, 2013 (Last modified Apr 11, 2014)
Uploaded by Amanda Mathys
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The dataset contains 3 maps that show the current and predicted range of Western Redcedar (Thuja plicata) in the Pacific Northwest region. The layers include: 1) the species range modeled under current climate conditions for 1950-75 2) a continuous model of the predicted range for 1950-2006 and 3) potential range expansion and contraction from 2000-2009.
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Nicholas C. Coops, Richard H. Waring, Amanda Mathys
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Mathys, A., Coops, N.C. and Waring, R.H. 2014. Soil water availability effects on the distribution of 20 tree species in western North America. Forest Ecology and Management 313: 144-152.
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1km
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Integrated Remote Sensing Studio (IRSS)
University of British Columbia
Oregon State University
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About the Uploader

Amanda Mathys
PhD student with University of British Columbia

I am a PhD Student in the Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia (UBC). My research examines climate effects on tree species distribution in the Pacific Northwest. My academic background includes a BScH in Environmental Science at Queen's University followed by an MSc in Soil...