Data from: Rethinking the scale and formulation of indices assessing organism vulnerability to warmer habitats

Raquel A. Garcia, Jessica L. Allen & Susana Clusella-Trullas
Ecologists often use indices or proxies to communicate complex ecological entities. Indices commonly known as Thermal Safety Margin, Habitat Thermal Quality and Hours of Restriction describe species' vulnerability to climate change by comparing organisms' thermal limits or preferences to available habitat temperatures. Ready access to temperature data, from global gridded datasets or limited in situ measurements, has made these indices popular for vulnerability assessments across taxonomic groups and regions. However, such coarse descriptions of thermal...
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