Winter temperature and forest cover have shaped red deer distribution in Europe and the Ural Mountains since the Late Pleistocene

Magdalena Niedziałkowska, Karolina Doan, Marcin Górny, Maciej Sykut, Krzysztof Stefaniak, Natalia Piotrowska, Bogumiła Jędrzejewska, Bogdan Ridush, Sławomira Pawełczyk, Paweł Mackiewicz, Ulrich Schmölcke, Pavel Kosintsev, Daniel Makowiecki, Maxim Charniauski, Dariusz Krasnodębski, Eve Rannamäe, Urmas Saarma, Marine Arakelyan, Ninna Manaseryan, Vadim V. TitovPavel Hulva, Adrian Bălășescu, Ralph Fyfe, Jessie Woodbridge, Katerina Trantalidou, Vesna Dimitrijević, Oleksandr Kovalchuk, Jarosław Wilczyński, Theodor Obadă, Grzegorz Lipecki, Alesia Arabey, Ana Stanković

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3 Citations (Scopus)
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)147-159
Number of pages13
JournalJournal of Biogeography
Volume48
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2021

Keywords

  • environmental niche modelling
  • expansion-contraction model
  • forest habitat
  • Holocene
  • January temperature
  • Last Glacial Maximum refugia
  • palaeoecology
  • radiocarbon dating
  • temperate climatic zone
  • ungulates
  • ICE-SHEET
  • POPULATION
  • GLACIAL REFUGIA
  • PHYLOGEOGRAPHY
  • ANCIENT DNA
  • ROE DEER
  • CERVUS-ELAPHUS
  • GENETIC-STRUCTURE
  • DYNAMICS
  • HISTORY

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Ecology, Evolution, Behavior and Systematics
  • Ecology

WoS ResearchAreas Categories

  • Geography, Physical
  • Ecology

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