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- Li, Wenqing, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Forests 2019 v.10 no.3
- Salicaceae; atmospheric precipitation; energy; georeferencing; global warming; habitat destruction; habitats; humans; in situ conservation; indigenous species; latitude; models; population growth; risk; soil quality; species diversity; temperature; ultraviolet radiation; woody plants; China
- ... Salicaceae is a family of temperate woody plants in the Northern Hemisphere that are highly valued, both ecologically and economically. China contains the highest species diversity of these plants. Despite their widespread human use, how the species diversity patterns of Salicaceae plants formed remains mostly unknown, and these may be significantly affected by global climate warming. Using past, ...