Data from: Cold temperature extremes during spring do not limit the range shift of Mediterranean pines into regions with intermittent frost

Christoph Bachofen, Thomas Wohlgemuth, Jaboury Ghazoul & Barbara Moser
Bioclimatic envelope models have predicted latitudinal range shifts of tree species in Europe following climate change. Accordingly, Mediterranean species will be able to migrate northwards if climatic conditions become warmer and dryer. Frost, on the other hand, is an important and recurring factor in temperate and boreal regions causing damage to buds and leaves, and potentially limiting the survival of Mediterranean tree species or populations at higher latitudes. Since species distribution models rely on average...
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