Data from: Extinction debt and delayed colonization have had comparable but unique effects on plant community-climate lags since the Last Glacial Maximum

Bradley J. Butterfield, R. Scott Anderson, Camille A. Holmgren & Julio L. Betancourt
Aim: Plant communities typically exhibit lagged responses to climate change due to poorly-understood effects of colonization and local extinction. Here, we quantify rates of change in mean cold tolerances, and contributions of colonization and local extinction to those rates, recorded in plant macrofossil assemblages from North American hot deserts over the last 30,000 years. Location: Mojave, Sonoran and Chihuahuan Deserts Time period: 30-0 thousand years before present (kybp) Major taxa studied: Vascular plants Methods: Colonization...
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