Potter, Sally; Rosauer, Dan; Doody, J. Sean; Webb, Myfanwy J.; Eldridge, Mark D.B.
Understanding the evolutionary and ecological processes that have shaped current patterns of biodiversity is crucial in the planning and implementation of broad scale conservation management. The temporal and spatial pattern of diversity across a landscape can help identify areas that have acted as climatically stable refugia historically, or do so currently. This has important implications for conservation efforts that try to maximise the evolutionary potential of species, as well as...[Show more]
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