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ForestClim —Bioclimatic variables for microclimate temperatures of European forests

Pieter de Frenne
Ilya Maclean
Ivan Nijs
Nicola Arriga
Josef Brůna
Marek Čiliak
Mana Gharun
Sanne Govaert
Caroline Greiser
Achim Grelle
Carsten Gruening
Lucia Hederová
Kristoffer Hylander
Jürgen Kreyling
Bart Kruijt
Martin Macek
František Máliš
Matěj Man
Giovanni Manca
Radim Matula
Camille Meeussen
Sonia Merinero
Stefano Minerbi
Leonardo Montagnani
Lena Muffler
Romà Ogaya
Josep Penuelas
Roman Plichta
Miguel Portillo-Estrada
Jonas Schmeddes
Ankit Shekhar
Fabien Spicher
Mariana Ujházyová
Pieter Vangansbeke
Robert Weigel
Jan Wild
Florian Zellweger
Koenraad van Meerbeek

Résumé

Microclimate research gained renewed interest over the last decade and its importance for many ecological processes is increasingly being recognized. Consequently, the call for high-resolution microclimatic temperature grids across broad spatial extents is becoming more pressing to improve ecological models. Here, we provide a new set of open-access bioclimatic variables for microclimate temperatures of European forests at 25 × 25 m2 resolution.
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hal-04089003 , version 1 (26-10-2023)

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Stef Haesen, Jonas Lembrechts, Pieter de Frenne, Jonathan Lenoir, Juha Aalto, et al.. ForestClim —Bioclimatic variables for microclimate temperatures of European forests. Global Change Biology, 2023, 29 (11), pp.2886-2892. ⟨10.1111/gcb.16678⟩. ⟨hal-04089003⟩
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