Potential Anthropocene Refugia must satisfy multiple criteria:

  • Stable Holdridge Life Zones where climate changes are within the bio-climatic range of current ecosystems.
  • Minimal Human Footprint to minimize the risk that current impacts will lead to significant loss of biodiversity​
  • Latitudinal and Elevational range  to maximize in-situ evolution and future dispersal of species and ecosystems.

Combine the best available information on current threats to biodiversity with projected future impacts of rapid climate change to identify potential Anthropocene Refugia

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