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Resilience of two Banksia species to global change: comparing results of bioclimatic modelling, demographic and translocation studies



Resilience of two Banksia species to global change: comparing results of bioclimatic modelling, demographic and translocation studies



International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2(2): 59-72



Banksia goodii (rare and endangered) and B. gardneri var. gardneri (widespread) are closely-related rhizomatous evergreen sub-shrubs of southwestern Australian scrub-heath and woodland. They have 17 and 177 known populations, respectively, mostly small remnants due to landscape fragmentation from agricultural activities. Bioclimatic profiles developed using BIOCLIM indicate that B. gardneri tolerates a wider range of climatic conditions than B. goodii, which has a very narrow predicted range.

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DOI: 10.1080/17451590609618099


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