Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/131841
Type of publication: dataset
Author(s): Fady , Bruno;Božič, Gregor;Ducousso, Alexis;Berthold, Heinze;Eliades, Nicolas-George;Sbay, Hassan;Ballian, Dalibor;Gömöry, Dušan;Kelleher, Colin;Ladier, Jean;Danusevicius, Darius;Ducci, Fulvio;Bou Dagher Kharrat, Magda;Markiewicz, Piotr;Malvolti, Maria Emilia;David-Schwartz, Rakefet;Westergren, Marjana;Vendramin, Giovanni G.;Myking, Tor;Alizoti, Evi;Medak, Jasnica;Kraigher, Hojka;Aravanopoulos, Filippos A. (Phil);Máchová, Pavlína;Perić, Sanja;Mattioni, Claudia;Fiorella, Villani
Title: A dataset of 577 marginal and peripheral forest tree populations in Europe
Publishing data: VDU mokslo valdymo sistema VDU CRIS
Date: 2021
Keywords: Forest;Marginal;Peripheral;Genetics;Climate change
Abstract: This dataset is the result of a survey conducted during the 2012-2016 COST Action FP1202 (MaP-FGR): Strengthening conservation: a key issue for adaptation of marginal/peripheral populations of forest trees to climate change in Europe. It contains the name, location and other relevant information of 577 forests that are considered as marginal of peripheral by forest experts. Information (as specified in the read-me file) includes among others: Genus, Species, Country, Name of marginal population, Latitude, Longitude, Elevation, Type of marginality, Silvicultural system, Protection status, Threat status, and genetic and phenotypic trait data availability. This dataset can be used to, e.g., test effects of marginality on biological and genetic traits, compare expert knowledge with statistics-based indicators, raise awareness of the importance of marginal populations for conservation and sustainable use.
Internet: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4767651
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/131841
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