Below, you find different resources, including databases created or co-created by the researchers at the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate (CMEC).
Data descriptions and maps for global zoogeographic regions.
Distributional data for the more than 10,000 species of birds. All land and non-pelagic species was mapped for each species at a resolution of 1o × 1o latitude-longitude grid cells.
The one-degree resolution databases of all terrestrial birds, mammals, snakes, and amphibians in Sub-Saharan Africa compiled in Copenhagen in the years 1995-2006 and held at the Zoological Museum at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark.
Database of Western Palearctic birds migrating within Africa. This database is intended to be used for guiding conservation decisions.
Map of genetic
The database contains information on the minimum and maximum elevational range for the more than 10,000 birds' breeding distribution in units of meters above sea level.
Software of special interest
Biogeography software for ecologists. BioGeoSim simulates the stochastic origin and spread of species geographic ranges in a heterogeneous landscape (Rahbek et al. 2007). The landscape is represented as a gridded domain map, with the rows and columns representing the geographic coordinates of the domain.