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- Bruno, Daniel; Belmar, Oscar; Maire, Anthony; Morel, Adrien; Dumont, Bernard; Datry, Thibault
- Global change biology 2019 v.25 no.5 pp. 1612-1628
- multivoltine habit, etc ; anthropogenic activities; aquatic communities; aquatic invertebrates; body size; climate change; data collection; ecosystems; functional diversity; prediction; reproduction; rivers; species diversity; synergism; taxonomy; water power; water temperature; watersheds; Alps region; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Understanding and predicting how biological communities respond to climate change is critical for assessing biodiversity vulnerability and guiding conservation efforts. Glacier‐ and snow‐fed rivers are one of the most sensitive ecosystems to climate change, and can provide early warning of wider‐scale changes. These rivers are frequently used for hydropower production but there is minimal understa ...
- TOBIN, PATRICK C.; NAGARKATTI, SUDHA; LOEB, GREG; SAUNDERS, MICHAEL C.
- Global change biology 2008 v.14 no.5 pp. 951
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Endopiza viteana; climate change; global warming; surface temperature; population dynamics; phenology; heat sums; seasonal variation; photoperiodism; insect development; diapause; oviposition; models; prediction; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Climate change can cause major changes to the dynamics of individual species and to those communities in which they interact. One effect of increasing temperatures is on insect voltinism, with the logical assumption that increases in surface temperatures would permit multivoltine species to increase the number of generations per year. Though insect development is primarily driven by temperature, m ...