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Climate change modifies plant phenology through shifts in seasonal temperature and precipitation. Because the timing of plant growth can limit herbivore population dynamics, climatic alteration of historical patterns of vegetation seasonality may alter population trajectories in such taxa. Thus,...
Climate change and increasing human activities are impacting ecosystems and their biodiversity. Quantitative measurements of essential biodiversity variables (EBV) and essential climate variables are used to monitor biodiversity and carbon dynamics and evaluate policy and management...
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