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Abstracts To develop the following abstracts, the editorial staff searches more than 100 scientific journals, professional and organizational newsletters, conference proceedings, and other resources for information relevant to practice and research. Please send suggested abstract sources to the editorial staff (ERjournal@aesop.rutgers.edu). Climate Change Ecological Niche Modeling under Climate Change to Select Shrubs for in Central Mexico. 2015. Gelviz-Gelvez, S. (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Doctorado en Biodiversidad y Conservación, Apartado Postal 69 plaza Juárez, 42001 Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, milena1181@hotmail.com), N. Pavon, P. Illoldi-Rangel and C. Ballesteros-Barrera. Ecological Engineering 74: 302­309. doi: 10.106/ j.ecoleng.2014.09.082. Land managers and restoration practitioners are being urged to consider the impacts of climate change in longrange strategy plans as many parts of the world are already seeing impacts of a warming planet. Making the most educated predictions as to what the future climate might support is made easier with the utilization of the most powerful tools at our disposal. Ecological niche models are currently used to project species distributions and, when paired with climate change predictions, can plan for the most suitable plant assemblage in the future. Researchers led by GelvizGelvez applied these models to a semiarid shrubland site in Central Mexico after inventorying http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

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Ecological Restoration , Volume 33 (2) – May 14, 2015

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To develop the following abstracts, the editorial staff searches more than 100 scientific journals, professional and organizational newsletters, conference proceedings, and other resources for information relevant to practice and research. Please send suggested abstract sources to the editorial staff (ERjournal@aesop.rutgers.edu). Climate Change Ecological Niche Modeling under Climate Change to Select Shrubs for in Central Mexico. 2015. Gelviz-Gelvez, S. (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, Doctorado en Biodiversidad y Conservación, Apartado Postal 69 plaza Juárez, 42001 Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, milena1181@hotmail.com), N. Pavon, P. Illoldi-Rangel and C. Ballesteros-Barrera. Ecological Engineering 74: 302­309. doi: 10.106/ j.ecoleng.2014.09.082. Land managers and restoration practitioners are being urged to consider the impacts of climate change in longrange strategy plans as many parts of the world are already seeing impacts of a warming planet. Making the most educated predictions as to what the future climate might support is made easier with the utilization of the most powerful tools at our disposal. Ecological niche models are currently used to project species distributions and, when paired with climate change predictions, can plan for the most suitable plant assemblage in the future. Researchers led by GelvizGelvez applied these models to a semiarid shrubland site in Central Mexico after inventorying

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 14, 2015

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