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- Iacarella, Josephine C.; Adamczyk, Emily; Bowen, Dan; Chalifour, Lia; Eger, Aaron; Heath, William; Helms, Sibylla; Hessing‐Lewis, Margot; Hunt, Brian P. V.; MacInnis, Andrew; O'Connor, Mary I.; Robinson, Clifford L. K.; Yakimishyn, Jennifer; Baum, Julia K.
- Global change biology 2018 v.24 no.5 pp. 1904-1918
- anthropogenic activities; biomass; coasts; ecosystems; eggs; fish; fish communities; habitats; indicator species; latitude; models; seagrasses; species diversity; swimming; Canada
- ... Anthropogenic activities have led to the biotic homogenization of many ecological communities, yet in coastal systems this phenomenon remains understudied. In particular, activities that locally affect marine habitat‐forming foundation species may perturb habitat and promote species with generalist, opportunistic traits, in turn affecting spatial patterns of biodiversity. Here, we quantified fish ...
- Toft, Jason D.; Munsch, Stuart H.; Cordell, Jeffery R.; Siitari, Kiira; Hare, Van C.; Holycross, Brett M.; DeBruyckere, Lisa A.; Greene, Correigh M.; Hughes, Brent B.
- Global change biology 2018 v.24 no.5 pp. 2008-2020
- Oncorhynchus tshawytscha; Parophrys vetulus; anthropogenic stressors; climate change; coasts; ecosystems; estuaries; fish; habitats; humans; invertebrates; juveniles; land cover; meta-analysis; models; monitoring; pollution; water flow
- ... A key step in identifying global change impacts on species and ecosystems is to quantify effects of multiple stressors. To date, the science of global change has been dominated by regional field studies, experimental manipulation, meta‐analyses, conceptual models, reviews, and studies focusing on a single stressor or species over broad spatial and temporal scales. Here, we provide one of the first ...