Opinion Article - Journal of Agricultural Science and Botany (2022) Volume 6, Issue 5
Woody plant ecosystem and its consequences are threatened by climate change.
Climate alter may force extraordinary conditions which possibly influence species’ conveyances, driving to spatio-temporal variety in biodiversity and environment administrations designs. Here we compared current climate conditions to future climate scenarios anticipated to 2050 to survey potential changes within the spatio-temporal designs of the ordered and utilitarian diversities of the woody species of the Restinga vegetation in Brazil. We produced Environmental Specialty Models (ENM) for 796 woody plant species from which we evaluated the spatio-temporal changes of beta differing qualities components, the community-weighted implies (CWM) of chosen characteristics and utilitarian differing qualities records.Author(s): Lin Cheng*