Editor: Navin Ramankutty
Assessing global biome exposure to climate change through the Holocene–Anthropocene transition
Version of Record online: 10 SEP 2013
© 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Global Ecology and Biogeography
Volume 23, Issue 2, pages 235–244, February 2014
How to Cite
Benito-Garzón, M., Leadley, P. W. and Fernández-Manjarrés, J. F. (2014), Assessing global biome exposure to climate change through the Holocene–Anthropocene transition. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 23: 235–244. doi: 10.1111/geb.12097
- Issue online: 1 JAN 2014
- Version of Record online: 10 SEP 2013
- Juan de la Cierva fellowship
- Marie Curie FPT7-PEOPLE-2012 ‘AMECO’ individual post-doctoral fellowship
- CNRS INGEO-ECO and IngECOtech CNRS-Cemagref grants
Figure S1 Principal components for anomalies between 6–0 ka cal bp, and 2100 A1B scenario−0 cal bp. Figures in rows represent principal components 1 to 4 (A, B, C and D), which explain 100% of the variance in the data. (E) Direction and intensity of the coefficients of the first three principal components of the principal components analysis in relation to the 2100 A1B scenario–0 cal bp anomalies (red) and the 6–0 ka cal bp anomalies (green).
Figure S2 Coefficients of variation for the climate models used in our analyses. Each map represents the coefficient of variation for each variable averaged for the six models for each period 6 ka cal bp, 0 cal bp and 2100 A1B scenario. Rows correspond to (A) precipitation; (B) maximum temperature; (C) mean temperature and (D) minimum temperature.
Table S1 Minimum, average, maximum and range of the Euclidean distances of the expected exposure in 2100 A1B scenario–0 cal bp for the 766 ecoregions as displayed in Fig. 4.
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