Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range

Michael P. Kennedy, P. Lang, J. Tapia-Grimaldo, S. Varandas-Martins, A. Bruce, I. Moore, H. Sichingabula, F. Bottino, K. Murphy

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This study tested the hypothesis that the measured niche-breadth of river plant species (macrophytes) occurring within a closely-defined geographical area in southern tropical Africa (Zambia), may predict the larger-scale biogeographical range of these species.
Original languageEnglish
Pages9372
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventEGU Geneal Assembly 2016 - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 17 Apr 201622 Apr 2016

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ConferenceEGU Geneal Assembly 2016
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period17/04/1622/04/16

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The full text is also available from http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/EGU2016-9372.pdf

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Kennedy, M. P., Lang, P., Tapia-Grimaldo, J., Varandas-Martins, S., Bruce, A., Moore, I., ... Murphy, K. (2016). Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range. 9372. Paper presented at EGU Geneal Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range. / Kennedy, Michael P.; Lang, P.; Tapia-Grimaldo, J.; Varandas-Martins, S.; Bruce, A.; Moore, I.; Sichingabula, H.; Bottino, F.; Murphy, K.

2016. 9372 Paper presented at EGU Geneal Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.

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Kennedy, MP, Lang, P, Tapia-Grimaldo, J, Varandas-Martins, S, Bruce, A, Moore, I, Sichingabula, H, Bottino, F & Murphy, K 2016, 'Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range' Paper presented at EGU Geneal Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria, 17/04/16 - 22/04/16, pp. 9372.
Kennedy MP, Lang P, Tapia-Grimaldo J, Varandas-Martins S, Bruce A, Moore I et al. Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range. 2016. Paper presented at EGU Geneal Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.
Kennedy, Michael P. ; Lang, P. ; Tapia-Grimaldo, J. ; Varandas-Martins, S. ; Bruce, A. ; Moore, I. ; Sichingabula, H. ; Bottino, F. ; Murphy, K. / Regionally-defined niche-breadth of tropical African freshwater plant species predicts their global latitudinal range. Paper presented at EGU Geneal Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.
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