2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.pld.2021.12.006
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Mapping the habitat suitability of Ottelia species in Africa

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“…Despite the inability of Ecological Niche Models to predict species' capacity to evolve, they can give a glimpse of what factors are likely to induce changes in species' distributions (Ngarega et al, 2021). Several ecological niche model algorithms have been proposed, and MaxEnt has shown its efficacy in terms of model performance (Elith et al, 2011; Elith & Leathwick, 2009), reduced computational time, simplicity, ease of use, and has been used extensively (Heneidy et al, 2019; Kaky et al, 2020; Lissovsky & Dudov, 2021; Ngarega et al, 2022; Nzei et al, 2021).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Despite the inability of Ecological Niche Models to predict species' capacity to evolve, they can give a glimpse of what factors are likely to induce changes in species' distributions (Ngarega et al, 2021). Several ecological niche model algorithms have been proposed, and MaxEnt has shown its efficacy in terms of model performance (Elith et al, 2011; Elith & Leathwick, 2009), reduced computational time, simplicity, ease of use, and has been used extensively (Heneidy et al, 2019; Kaky et al, 2020; Lissovsky & Dudov, 2021; Ngarega et al, 2022; Nzei et al, 2021).…”
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“…Scarcity of data and unjustifiable absences due to limited sampling are also confounding factors, as available data in museums or herbaria may not have the exact location of a species and limited sampling results in potential biases (Engler et al, 2004). Prolonged weather patterns and temperature can also rapidly change the distribution of aquatic species (Ngarega et al, 2022), which points to the need to better understand and document their species distribution.…”
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“…The inclusion of environmental factors can improve ecological studies of different organisms and ecosystems while monitoring their biological implications has application in the development of environmental-conscious policies (Wu et al, 2022). Ecological niche models (ENMs) have been used to explore the role of ecology on the current and future distribution of aquatic species (Nzei et al, 2021;Ngarega et al, 2022). Traditional ENMs assumed that populations of a species are genetically uniform and share the same niche, ignoring the possibility of local adaptation, especially for widespread species (Wiens et al, 2009).…”
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“…Several studies on animals, plants, insects, amphibians, reptiles, and invasive species have indicated habitat contraction or shift as a result of climate change [ 26 , 27 ]. Previous studies focusing on Ottelia and Nymphaea species in Africa have reported the variable change of suitable areas under climate change [ 28 , 29 ]. In this climate-change-prone environment, the wild populations of Nymphaea have declined significantly from the effects of climate change.…”
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confidence: 99%