New progress in exploring the mechanisms underlying extraordinarily high biodiversity in global hotspots and their implications for conservation

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  • Deyan Ge
  • Yanhua Qu
  • Tao Deng
  • Wilfried Thuiller
  • Cene Fišer
  • Per G. P. Ericson
  • Baocheng Guo
  • Noé U. de la Sancha
  • Sophie von der Heyden
  • Zhonge Hou
  • Jiatang Li
  • Alexei Abramov
  • Alfried P. Vogler
  • Jønsson, Knud Andreas
  • Russell Mittermeier
TidsskriftDiversity and Distributions
Udgave nummer12
Sider (fra-til)2448-2458
Antal sider11
StatusUdgivet - 2022

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Funding Information:
This work was sponsored by the Second Tibetan Plateau Scientific Expedition and Research Program (No. 2019QZKK0402, 2019QZKK0501, 2019QZKK0502), the National Nature Science Fund of China (31872958, 32170426, 31590820, U180223, 32020103005), and Strategic Priority Research Program of the CAS (XDA19050202, XDA2005200). We would like to thank Aibin Zhan and all member of the editorial team for discussions and assistance during preparing manuscripts for this special issue.

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