Map of differences between methodologic models
This is the predictive mapping for both methods used in this work. Panel (A) forecast-model 1 product of the average of models under different GCMs, Panel (B) forecast-model 2 product the bioclimatic variables averaged under the different GCMs. Here we have subtracted the panel prediction (B) on panel (A). In panel (C) the differences in the predictions of both forecast models are observed, the red areas indicate overestimation of the distribution of L. guanicoe, and blue zones indicate an underestimation of this distribution.
Pairwise correlation values from bioclimatic variables
BIO1: Annual mean temperature; BIO4: Temperature seasonality; BIO7: Temperature annual range; BIO12: Annual precipitation; BIO15: Precipitation seasonality
Principal component analysis of bioclimatic variables
Biplot of principal component from a bioclimatic variables final set. Where BIO1: Annual mean temperature; BIO4: Temperature seasonality; BIO7: Temperature annual range; BIO12: Annual precipitation; BIO15: Precipitation seasonality.
Area Under the Curve (AUC) Jackknife analysis of environmental variables
AUC Jackknife analysis for the environmental variables used in the current distribution models generation of each guanaco lineage in Chile. Bio1 = Annual mean temperature; Bio4 = Temperature seasonality; Bio7 = Temperature annual range; Bio12 = Annual precipitation Bio15 = Precipitation seasonality.