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Bioclimatic modeling of the distribution of Scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) in Yakutia

A.P. Isaev1,2, B.Z. Borisov1, E.N. Nikiforova1
DOI 10.31242/2618-9712-2019-24-3-11

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1Institute of Biological Problems of Cryolithozone, SD RAS, Yakutsk, Russia
2M.K. Ammosov North-East Federal University, Yakutsk, Russia
[email protected]

Received 12.06.2019
Accepted 07.08.2019

Citation
Isaev A.P., Borisov B.Z., Nikiforova E.N. Bioclimatic modeling of the distribution of Scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris l.) in Yakutia // Arctic and Subarctic natural resources. 2019; V. 24, N 3, pp. 121–133. (In Russ.). https://doi.org/10.31242/2618-9712-2019-24-3-11

Abstract. A bioclimatic model of the distribution of Scotch pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) was created using geoinformation modeling in the MaxEnt. The new map of this species was built with the differentiation into “preferred”, “suitable” and “not suitable” locations. Climatic factors limiting the range of this species in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) were identified, and their role in creating the model was estimated (%). These factors include Bio 01 – the average annual temperature (the contribution to the model is 52.2 %) and Bio 08 – the average temperature of the wettest quarter of the year (34.5 %). The remaining bioclimatic variables had a too high permutation coefficient, or their contribution to the model was less than 1 %. Using the EVI vegetation index, the model was verified. The similarity of the MaxEnt model data and the positive EVI values for April 2016 was estimated at 69.5 %. The data of the analysis can serve as the basis for creating a new map of the area of Scotch pine not only in Yakutia, but throughout Northern Eurasia. In addition, the model allows us to understand how the species composition of forests and the forest cover of Yakutia will change under various climatic scenarios.

Key words: GIS, WorldClim, Pinus sylvestris, Yakutia, bioclimatic variables, area of Scots pine, map.

Acknowledgements. This research was carried out within the framework of state assignment of IBPC SO RAN on 2017-2021 (project “Fundamental and applied aspects of the study of vegetation diversity of Northern and Central Yakutia” reg. no. АААА-А17-117020110056-0).

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