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2012. Thornhill, Daniel J., Rotjan, Randi D., Todd, Brian D., Chilcoat, Geoff C., Iglesias-Prieto, Roberto, LaJeunesse, Todd C., Kemp, Dustin W., Reynolds, Jennifer McCabe, Schmidt, Gregory W., Shannon, Thomas, Warner, Mark E., and Fitt, William K. Increased sea-surface temperatures linked to warming climate threaten coral reef ecosystems globally. To better understand how corals and their end... PLoS ONE. New England Aquarium, University of California, Davis, University of Georgia, Pennsylvania State University, Tulane University, and University of Delaware.
2017. Razgour, Orly, Taggart, John B., Manel, Stéphanie, Juste, Javier, Ibáñez, Carlos, Rebelo, Hugo, Alberdi, Antton, Jones, Gareth, and Park, Kirsty. Climate change is a major threat to global biodiversity that will produce a range of new selection pressures. Understanding species responses to cl... Molecular Ecology Resources. University of Bristol, University of Stirling, University of Southampton, Wageningen University & Research, and University of Copenhagen.
2013. Delgado-Baquerizo, Manuel, Maestre, Fernando T., Gallardo, Antonio, Quero, José L., Ochoa, Victoria, García-Gómez, Miguel, Escolar, Cristina, García-Palacios, Pablo, Berdugo, Miguel, Valencia, Enrique, Gozalo, Beatriz, Noumi, Zouhaier, Derak, Mchich, Wallenstein, Matthew D., and Convertino, Matteo. While much is known about the factors that control each component of the terrestrial nitrogen (N) cycle, it is less clear how these factors affect ... PLoS ONE. Pablo de Olavide University, King Juan Carlos University, Colorado State University, and University of Sfax.
2016. Cheng, Brian S., Chang, Andrew L., Deck, Anna, and Ferner, Matthew C. Climate change is predicted to increase the frequency and severity of extreme events. However, the biological consequences of extremes remain poorl... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, and San Francisco Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve.
2019. Martin, Jeff M., Mead, Jim I., and Barboza, Perry S. The relationship between body size and temperature of mammals is poorly resolved, especially for large keystone species such as bison (Bison bison)... Ecology and Evolution. Texas A&M University and University of Arizona.