Data for: Rapid shifts in Arctic tundra species’ distributions and inter-specific range overlap under future climate change

Floris Van Beest, Larissa Beumer, Asbjørn Andersen, Sophia Hansson & Niels Schmidt
Aim: The Arctic is one of the planet’s most rapidly warming regions, with trends expected to intensify in the future. Projections of shifts in species distributional ranges under future climate change are thus far lacking for most vertebrate species using the Arctic tundra. Our aim was to assess possible climate-induced changes in distributional ranges and inter-specific overlap of an Arctic species assemblage within the world’s largest land-based protected area. Location: During 1979-2013 location data of...
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