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Predicted decrease in global climate suitability masks regional complexity of invasive fruit fly species response to climate change
Climate change affects the rate of insect invasions as well as the abundance, distribution and impacts of such invasions on a global scale. Among the principal analytical approaches to predicting and understanding future ...
Range contraction to a higher elevation: the likely future of the montane vegetation in South Africa and Lesotho
Global climate change is a major challenge for the future with serious potential impacts on biodiversity. Biodiversity in mountains is particularly vulnerable as many montane species are adapted to narrow microhabitats, ...
Thermoregulatory traits combine with range shifts to alter the future of montane ant assemblages
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2019)
Predicting and understanding the biological response to future climate change is a pressing challenge for humanity. In the 21st century, many species will move into higher latitudes and higher elevations as the climate ...