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Climate change may alter conditions for growth of oak trees in Euskadi
Date:7/8/2011

aintain their populations as they are adapted to the climatic conditions of the Mediterranean region.

The predictions for the cork provide one of the clearest examples of the 'Mediterraneanisation' of the Atlantic part of the Iberian Pennsula. Despite being a typically Mediterranean species, in Euskadi could be adecuate conditions for their development throughout the eighties of this century.

Those conclusions do not mean that Mediterranean species will substitute the species that nowadays exist in the Basque Country, since, this study has been carried out using statistical models whose results do not show where the species will be found, but where similar relation of current climate conditions for the species will be given in the future. Besides, the real distribution of one species is determined by an infinite number of factors that statistical models do not take into consideration, such as species competition, dispersion ability or the adaptation ability to climate changes.

To undertake the research on trends in the evolution of the habitat, scientists took into account a total of 19 bioclimatic variables, amongst which were the annual mean temperature, the maximum temperature of the hottest quarter, minimum temperature of the coldest, annual precipitation and the rainfall in the wettest and driest quarters. The conclusions, thus, of this research, should be complemented in the future with new variables which, as with the bioclimatic ones, affect the distribution of tree species.


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