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Comparative Biogeography of Australasian biota

Title
Comparative Biogeography of Australasian biota
Funding
ARC | Future Fellowships
Contract (GA) number
FT0992002
Start Date
2009/01/01
End Date
2013/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/FT0992002

 

  • Quantifying phytogeographical regions of Australia using geospatial turnover in species composition.

    Carlos E González-Orozco; Malte C Ebach; Shawn Laffan; Andrew H Thornhill; Nunzio J Knerr; Alexander N Schmidt-Lebuhn; Christine C Cargill; Mark Clements; Nathalie S Nagalingum; Brent D Mishler; Joseph T Miller
    Projects: ARC | Comparative Biogeography of Australasian biota (FT0992002)
    The largest digitized dataset of land plant distributions in Australia assembled to date (750,741 georeferenced herbarium records; 6,043 species) was used to partition the Australian continent into phytogeographical regions. We used a set of six widely distributed vascular plant groups and three non-vascular plant groups which together occur in a variety of landscapes/habitats across Australia. Phytogeographical regions were identified using quantitative analyses of species turnover, the rate...

    Quantifying High Resolution Transitional Breaks in Plant and Mammal Distributions at Regional Extent and Their Association with Climate, Topography and Geology

    Di Virgilio, Giovanni; Laffan, Shawn W.; Ebach, Malte C. (2013)
    Projects: ARC | Comparative Biogeography of Australasian biota (FT0992002)
    OBJECTIVES: We quantify spatial turnover in communities of 1939 plant and 59 mammal species at 2.5 km resolution across a topographically heterogeneous region in south-eastern Australia to identify distributional breaks and low turnover zones where multiple species distributions overlap. Environmental turnover is measured to determine how climate, topography and geology influence biotic turnover differently across a variety of biogeographic breaks and overlaps. We identify the genera driving ...
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