Ecological patterns and effectiveness of protected areas in the preservation of Mimusops species’ habitats under climate change

Posted on 14.04.2021 - 12:54

Understanding the niche and habitat requirements of useful and threatened species, their shifts under climate change and how well protected areas (PAs) preserve these habitats is relevant for guiding sustainable management actions. Here we assessed the ecological factors underlying the distribution of two multipurpose and threatened species, Mimusops andongensis and M. kummel, in Benin, and potential changes in the suitable habitats covered by PAs, under climate change scenarios. Fifty seven occurrence points were collected for M. andongensis and 81 for M. kummel.

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Sinasson, Gisèle K.; Shackleton, Charlie M.; Teka, Oscar; Sinsin, Brice (2021): Ecological patterns and effectiveness of protected areas in the preservation of Mimusops species’ habitats under climate change. Rhodes University. Collection. https://doi.org/10.21504/RUR.c.5374178.v1
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