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Spatial patterns of genus-level phylogenetic endemism in the tree flora of Mediterranean Europe

Abstract : The Mediterranean Basin is a major hotspot of plant biodiversity, including forest trees. Over the past centuries, Mediterranean forests have been fragmented and over‐exploited, to which the threats of climate change are now added. Our aim is to better understand patterns and processes of tree biodiversity in the Mediterranean and to provide indicators complementing the traditional approaches to biodiversity conservation based on species counts and occurrences, using georeferenced phylogenetic diversity and endemism analyses in a spatial ecological context.
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Marwan Cheikh Albassatneh, Marcial Escudero, Anne-Christine Monnet, Juan Arroyo, | Gianni Baccheta, et al.. Spatial patterns of genus-level phylogenetic endemism in the tree flora of Mediterranean Europe. Diversity and Distributions, Wiley, 2021, pp.1-16. ⟨10.1111/ddi.13241⟩. ⟨hal-03135204⟩

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