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Locating Stable Sites: Climate Refugia in the Southern Appalachians

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Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative(Point of Contact), Locating Stable Sites: Climate Refugia in the Southern Appalachians, https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/all_theses/2723/

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Climate change continues to be one of the most challenging threats to global biodiversity and species persistence. In response, conservation design researchers and applied practitioners have recently begun to call for the identification of critical areas of stable climatic and environmental conditions that may preserve the platform of current climate dynamics, and promote the adaptation and dispersal of diverse taxa across the landscape. Due to their historically buffered and resilient features, climate refugia are considered valuable conservation targets that may function as robust bastions for climatically-sensitive endemic species. In this thesis research, I have worked to define the potential stability of refugia areas within the [...]

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