Data from: Are species’ responses to global change predicted by past niche evolution?

Sébastien Lavergne, Margaret E. K. Evans, Ian J. Burfield, Frederic Jiguet & Wilfried Thuiller
Predicting how and when adaptive evolution might rescue species from global change, and integrating this process into tools of biodiversity forecasting, has now become an urgent task. Here we explored whether recent population trends of species can be explained by their past rate of niche evolution, which can be inferred from increasingly available phylogenetic and niche data. We examined the assemblage of 409 European bird species for which estimates of demographic trends between 1970 and...
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