World’s first global vegetation database

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Which plant species grow where – and why? An international research team, including from the University of Adelaide, has produced the world’s first global vegetation database which contains over 1.1 million complete lists of plant species for all terrestrial ecosystems.

Published in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution, the researchers say the database could help better predict the consequences of global climate change.

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