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Planning priority conservation areas under climate change for six plant species with extremely small populations in China

The concept of Plant Species with Extremely Small Populations (PSESP) has been employed to guide conservation of threatened plant species in China. Climate change has a high potential to threaten PSESP. As a result, it is necessary to integrate climate change effects on PSESP into conservation planning in China. Here, ecological niche modelling is used to project current and...

Climatic niche shift of aquatic plant invaders between native and invasive ranges: a test using 10 species across different biomes on a global scale

Environmental niche conservatism defines a concept, stating that species could live in the same environmental condition in both native and invasive ranges. Niche modeling often used this as basis for the prediction of the range of invasive plants. However, it is debatable whether environmental niches of invasive plant species are conserved or shift between native and invasive...

Climatic niche shift of aquatic plant invaders between native and invasive ranges: a test using 10 species across different biomes on a global scale

Environmental niche conservatism defines a concept, stating that species could live in the same environmental condition in both native and invasive ranges. Niche modeling often used this as basis for the prediction of the range of invasive plants. However, it is debatable whether environmental niches of invasive plant species are conserved or shift between native and invasive...

Climatic niche shift of aquatic plant invaders between native and invasive ranges: a test using 10 species across different biomes on a global scale

Environmental niche conservatism defines a concept, stating that species could live in the same environmental condition in both native and invasive ranges. Niche modeling often used this as basis for the prediction of the range of invasive plants. However, it is debatable whether environmental niches of invasive plant species are conserved or shift between native and invasive...

Identifying appropriate protected areas for endangered fern species under climate change

The management of protected areas (PAs) is widely used in the conservation of endangered plant species under climate change. However, studies that have identified appropriate PAs for endangered fern species are rare. To address this gap, we must develop a workflow to plan appropriate PAs for endangered fern species that will be further impacted by climate change. Here, we used...