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Yellow Anemone (Anemone ranunculoides L.) natural habitat changes modelling demonstrates migration of natural habitats of the species partly to southern territories of the GLOBIO Ukraine Region. See full animated story about the trends. Yellow Anemone areal changes were modelled with usage of historical, GIS and RS data. Historical data, GIS and RS data includes following. 1) «Хорология флоры Украины» (1986). […]Read more ›
Snowdrop anemone (Anemone sylvestris L.) areal changes were modelled with usage of historical, GIS and RS data, which included following. 1a) «Хорология флоры Украины» (1986). 1b) «Екофлора України» (2000-2004). 1c) Vegetation of European Part of the USSR: Analytical Maps I-IX (Attachments)/Vegetation of European Part of the USSR. S.P., Nauka, 1980.—429 pp, in Russian. 2) Atlas Florae Europaeae (1972-1996), edited by […]Read more ›
The maps shows areal changes of Brown bear (U. arctos) in GLOBIO Ukraine Region by 2050s – due to expected climate changes (with taking into account land use changes in the GLOBIO Ukraine Region). NB: the model reflects ‘convenience’ of the habitats, for example, in Crimea since disappearance of the species here in XVII c. (Makarov, 1947). http://biomodel.info/?page_id=205Read more ›
Two maps shows expected changes in distribution of Pedunculate Oak (Quercus robur) in GLOBIO Ukraine Region by 2050 – due to expected climate changes. http://biomodel.info/?page_id=60Read more ›
BioModel group reconstructed not well known transformation data on of natural forests to agricultural lands in 1980s in Ukraine and Belarus mainly based on published archived map data.Read more ›
Expected types of data to be involved to the project modelling The first type of data would be distribution maps that are e.g. based on expert knowledge on where species are present or not, but do not have underlying collection or plot data for specific locations. Yes (i.e. species are present or not on a natural zones, 10-15 years interval), […]Read more ›