Research articles mentioning DIVA-GIS

This is an incomplete list of articles mentioning that they used DIVA-GIS. You can leave a comment to let me know which ones I have missed and should be added to the list.

Adams, Dean C. and James O. Church, 2007. Amphibians do not follow Bergmann’s rule. Evolution 62-2: 413–420

Arif, Saad, Dean C. Adams and Jill A. Wicknick, 2007. Bioclimatic modelling, morphology, and behaviour reveal alternative mechanisms regulating the distributions of two parapatric salamander species. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9: 843–854.

Ben-David R, Abbo S, Berger JD., 2009. Stress gradients select for ecotype formation in Cicer judaicum Boiss., a wild relative of domesticated chickpea. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution (in press).

Berger, JD, 2007. Ecogeographic and evolutionary approaches to improving adaptation of autumn-sown chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to terminal drought: the search for reproductive chilling tolerance. Field Crops Research 104: 112-122.

Berger JD, Adhikari K, Wilkinson D, Buirchell B, Sweetingham MW, 2008. Ecogeography of the old world lupins: 1) Ecotypic variation in yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus L.). Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59: 691-701.

Berger JD, Ludwig C, and Buirchell B, 2008. Ecogeography of the old world lupins: 2) Characterizing the Habitat Range. In: JA Palta & JD Berger (eds.). Proceedings of the 12th International Lupin Conference, 'Lupins for Health and Wealth'. Fremantle, Western Australia. p355-36.

Bonman, J. Michael, Harold E. Bockelman, Yue Jin, Robert J. Hijmans and Ann Inez N. Gironella, 2007. Geographic Distribution of Stem Rust Resistance in Wheat Landraces. Crop Science 47: 1955-1963.

Bourdeix, R., L. Guarino, P.N. Mathur and L. Baudouin, 2005. Mapping of coconut genetic diversity. In: Pons Batugal, V Ramanatha Rao and Jeffrey Oliver, editors. Coconut Genetic Resources. IPGRI. pp. 32-43

Byass, Peter, 2009. Epidemiology without borders: an anational view of global health. Global Health Action 2009. DOI: 10.3402/gha.v2i0.2052

Chapman, A.D. and J. Wieczorek (eds.), 2006. Guide to Best Practices for Georeferencing. Copenhagen: Global Biodiversity Information Facility.

Chen, Youhua and Junfeng Bi, 2007. Biogeography and hotspots of amphibian species of China: Implications to reserve selection and conservation. Current Science 92: 480-489.

Edwards, Erika J. and Michael J. Donoghue, 2006. Pereskia and the Origin of the Cactus Life-Form. The American Naturalist 167:777–793.

Elith, J., C.H. Graham, R.P. Anderson, M. Dudík, S. Ferrier, A. Guisan, R.J. Hijmans, F. Huettmann, J.R. Leathwick, A. Lehmann, J. Li, L.G. Lohmann, B.A. Loiselle, G. Manion, C. Moritz, M. Nakamura, Y. Nakazawa, J. Overton, A.T. Peterson, S.J. Phillips, K.S. Richardson, R. Scachetti-Pereira, R.E. Schapire, J. Soberón, S. Williams, M.S. Wisz, and N.E. Zimmermann. 2006. Novel methods improve prediction of species’ distributions from occurrence data. Ecography. 29: 129-151.

Ganeshaiah, K. N., Narayani Barve, Nilima Nath, K. Chandrashekara, M. Swamy and R. Uma Shaanker, 2003.
Predicting the potential geographical distribution of the sugarcane woolly aphid using GARP and DIVA-GIS. Current Science 85:1526-1528.

Pierre R. Gerard, Juan F. Fernandez-Manjarres and Nathalie Frascaria-Lacoste, 2006. Temporal cline in a hybrid zone population between Fraxinus excelsior L. and Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl. Molecular Ecology 15: 3655–3667

Giovanelli, João G. R., Célio F. B. Haddad and João Alexandrino, 2008. Predicting the potential distribution of the alien invasive American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) in Brazil.. Biological Invasions 10:585–590

Graham, Catherine H. and Robert J. Hijmans, 2006. A comparison of methods for mapping species richness. Global ecology and biogeography 15: 578–587.

Guralnick, Robert , and David Neufeld, 2005. Challenges building online GIS services to support global biodiversity mapping and analysis: lessons from the Mountain and Plains Database and Informatics project . Biodiversity Informatics 2: 56-69.

Hijmans, Robert J. and Catherine H. Graham, 2006. The ability of climate envelope models to predict the effect of climate change on species distributions. Global Change Biology 12:2272 - 2281.

Hijmans, Robert J. and David M. Spooner, 2001. Geographic distribution of wild potato species. American Journal of Botany. 88:2101-2112.

Hijmans, Robert J., Mirjam Jacobs, John B. Bamberg & David M. Spooner, 2003. Frost tolerance in wild potato species: Assessing the predictivity of taxonomic, geographic, and ecological factors. Euphytica 130: 47–59.

Horne, D. J. 2007. A Mutual Temperature Range method for Quaternary palaeoclimatic analysis using European nonmarine Ostracoda. Quaternary Science Reviews 26: 1398-1415.

Horne, D. J. & Mezquita, F. 2008. Palaeoclimatic applications of large databases: developing and testing methods of palaeotemperature reconstruction using nonmarine ostracods. Senckenbergiana lethaea 88: 93-112.

Hughes, Colin E., Rajanikanth Govindarajulu, Ashley Robertson, Denis L. Filer, Stephen A. Harris and C. Donovan Bailey, 2007. Serendipitous backyard hybridization and the origin of crops. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:14389-14394.

Jarvis, Andy, Morag E. Ferguson, David E. Williams, Luigi Guarino, Peter G. Jones, H. Tom Stalker, Jose F. M. Valls, Roy N. Pittman, Charles E. Simpson, and Paula Bramel, 2003. Biogeography of wild Arachis: assessing conservation status and setting future priorities. Crop Science 43:1100–1108.

Jiménez-Valverde, Alberto, Jorge M. Lobo and Joaquín Hortal, 2008. Not as good as they seem: the importance of concepts in species distribution modelling. Diversity and Distributions 14: 885–890

Knouft, Jason H., Jonathan B. Losos, Richard E. Glor, Jason J. Kolbe, 2006. Phylogenetic analysis of the evolutionb if the niche in lizards of the Anolis sagrei group. Ecology 87 (Phylogenetic Approaches to Community Ecology): 29-38.

Legg, Christopher, 2006. Targeting agricultural research for development in Tanzania: an example of the use of GIS for ex-ante impact assessment at IITA. In: A.D. Alene, V.M. Manyong, S. Abele, and D. Sanogo (eds). Assessing the Impact of Agricultural Research on Rural Livelihoods: Achievements, Gaps, and Options. Ibadan: International Institute for Tropical Agriculture.

Malone, J.B., P. Nieto, A. Tadesse, 2006. Biology-based mapping of vector-borne parasites by geographic information systems and remote sensing. Parassitologia 48: 77-79.

Milla, Katherine A., Alfredo Lorenzo, Cynthia Brown, 2005. GIS, GPS, and Remote Sensing Technologies in Extension Services: Where to Start, What to Know. Journal of Extension 43(3): 3FEA6

Miller, Allison J. and Jason H. Knouft, 2006. GIS-based characterization of the geographic distributions of wild and cultivated populations of the Mesoamerican fruit tree Spondias purpurea (Anacardiaceae). American Journal of Botany 93:1757-1767.

Nath, Diganta, Rosemary Renaut, Jeffrey W. White and Hasan Davulcu, 2006. Integrated Data Management for Agricultural Research. Arizona State University. Technical Report Number: 06-07

Parthasarathy, Utpala, J. George, K.V. Saji, V. Srinivasan, M.S. Madan, Prem Nath Mathur, V.A. Parthasarathy, 2006. Spatial analysis for Piper species distribution in India. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 147:1-5.

Poquet, J.M. & Mesquita-Joanes, F., 2011. Combined effects of local environment and continental biogeography on the distribution of Ostracoda. Freshwater Biology 56: 448–469.

Pollefeys, P., S. Sharrock and E. Arnaud. 2004. Preliminary analysis of the literature on the distribution of wild Musa species using MGIS and DIVA-GIS. INIBAB.

Scheldeman, X. , L. Willemen, G. Coppens d’Eeckenbrugge, E. Romeijn-Peeters, M. T. Restrepo, J. Romero Motoche, D. Jiménez, M. Lobo, C. I. Medina, C. Reyes, D. Rodríguez, J. A. Ocampo, P. Van Damme and P. Goetgebeur, 2007. Distribution, diversity and environmental adaptation of highland papayas (Vasconcellea spp.) in tropical and subtropical America. Biodiversity and Conservation 16: 1867-1884.

Subedi, Abishkar, Jwala Bajracharya, Bal K. Joshi, Hari B. KC, Salik R. Gupta, Hom N. Regmi, Khrisna P. Baral, Pitamber Shrestha, Padam Thagunna, Radha K. Tiwari and Bhuwon R. Sthapit, 2004. Ecogeographic survey of mango (Mangifera indica L.) genetic resources in Nepal. In: B.R. Sthapit, M.P. Upadhyay, P.K. Shrestha and D.I. Jarvis, editors. On-farm Conservation of Agricultural Biodiversity in Nepal. Volume I. Assessing the Amount and Distribution of Genetic Diversity on-farm. pp 176:186

Sunil, N., N. Sivaraj, K. Anitha, Babu Abraham, Vinod Kumar, E. Sudhir, M. Vanaja and K. S. Varaprasad, 2009. Analysis of diversity and distribution of Jatropha curcas L. germplasm using Geographic Information System (DIVA-GIS). Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 56:115-119

Swenson, Nathan G., and Brian J. Enquist, 2007. Ecological and evolutionary determinants of a key plant functional trait: wood density and its community-wide variation across latitude and elevation. American Journal of Botany 94:451-459.

Walther, Bruno A., Norbert Schäffer, Adriaan Van Niekerk, Wilfried Thuiller, Carsten Rahbek, Steven L. Chown, 2007. Modelling the winter distribution of a rare and endangered migrant, the Aquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola. Ibis 149: 701–714.

Ward, Darren F., 2007. Modelling the potential geographic distribution of invasive ant species in New Zealand. Biological Invasions 9: 723-735

Zonneveld, M. van, J. Koskela, B. Vinceti and A. Jarvis, 2009. Impact of climate change on the distribution of tropical pines in Southeast Asia. Unasylva 231/232, 60: 24-29