Present and forecasted xeric climatic limits of beech and sessile oak distribution at low altitudes in Central Europe View Full Text


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DATE

2011-01

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Bálint Czúcz, László Gálhidy, Csaba Mátyás

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• IntroductionXeric (trailing) forest range limits are particularly vulnerable to impacts of predicted climate change. Regional modelling studies contribute to the identification of potential local climatic threats and may support appropriate management strategies.• MethodsWe carried out bioclimatic distribution modelling of two climate-dependent, dominant tree species, beech and sessile oak, to determine the most influential climatic variables limiting their distributions and to predict their climate-induced range shifts over the twenty-first century in the forest-steppe biome transition zone of Hungary. To exclude confounding effects of edaphic conditions, only data of zonal sites were evaluated.• ResultsFor both species, temperature and precipitation conditions in late spring and summer appear as principal variables determining the distribution, with beech particularly affected by summer drought. Projections from the applied fine-scale analysis and modelling results indicate that climate change may lead to drastic reduction in macroclimatically suitable sites for both forest types.• ConclusionRegarding the stands in zonal position, 56–99% of present-day beech forests and 82–100% of sessile oak forests might be outside their present bioclimatic niche by 2050. Phenotypic plasticity, longevity, endurance of non-zonal stands and prudent human support may brighten these dire predictions. Nevertheless, an urgent adjustment of forest management and conservation strategies seems inevitable. More... »

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99-108

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