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- Voříšek, P., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Animal conservation 2008 v.11 no.5 pp. 412-421
- birds; breeding; climate change; environmental policy; habitats; interspecific variation; migratory behavior; monitoring; phenology; phylogeny; population dynamics; prediction; reproductive performance; spring; temperature; Czech Republic
- ... Numerous studies have shown that climate changes associated with increasing global temperature affect bird species. For instance, long-distance migrants are not able to respond adequately to rapid advances in spring phenology, and thus their populations decline due to lower breeding performance. Moreover, many species in the Northern Hemisphere have shifted their northern breeding range boundaries ...