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- O'Gorman, Eoin J.; Ólafsson, Ólafur P.; Demars, Benoît O. L.; Friberg, Nikolai; Guðbergsson, Guðni; Hannesdóttir, Elísabet R.; Jackson, Michelle C.; Johansson, Liselotte S.; McLaughlin, Órla B.; Ólafsson, Jón S.; Woodward, Guy; Gíslason, Gísli M.
- Global change biology 2016 v.22 no.9 pp. 3206-3220
- fish production, etc ; Salmo trutta; biomass production; diet; ecosystems; geographical distribution; global warming; mark-recapture studies; predators; prediction; streams; subsidies; trophic levels; trout; water temperature; Iceland; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Global warming is widely predicted to reduce the biomass production of top predators, or even result in species loss. Several exceptions to this expectation have been identified, however, and it is vital that we understand the underlying mechanisms if we are to improve our ability to predict future trends. Here, we used a natural warming experiment in Iceland and quantitative theoretical predictio ...
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