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  1. Content type: Review

    Evolutionary adaptation drives biodiversity. So far, however, evolutionary thinking has had limited impact on plans to counter the effects of climate change on biodiversity and associated ecosystem services. T...

    Authors: Ary Hoffmann, Philippa Griffin, Shannon Dillon, Renee Catullo, Rahul Rane, Margaret Byrne, Rebecca Jordan, John Oakeshott, Andrew Weeks, Leo Joseph, Peter Lockhart, Justin Borevitz and Carla Sgrò

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2015 2:1

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    El Niño is responsible for natural disasters and infectious disease outbreaks worldwide. During the 1997–1998 El Niño, northern Peru endured extreme rainfall and flooding. Since short stature may occur as a resul...

    Authors: Heather E Danysh, Robert H Gilman, Jonathan C Wells, William K Pan, Benjamin Zaitchik, Guillermo Gonzálvez, María Alvarez and William Checkley

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2014 1:7

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    Biological responses to climate change are typically communicated in generalized terms such as poleward and altitudinal range shifts, but adaptation efforts relevant to management decisions often require forec...

    Authors: Brian Helmuth, Bayden D Russell, Sean D Connell, Yunwei Dong, Christopher DG Harley, Fernando P Lima, Gianluca Sará, Gray A Williams and Nova Mieszkowska

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2014 1:6

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    Trophic interactions and population structure can shape how climate change influences ecosystems by modifying herbivore responses to environmental conditions. Predation can influence herbivore behaviour and de...

    Authors: Jedediah F Brodie, Eric Post, Joel Berger and Fred Watson

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2014 1:4

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    Bumblebees represent an active pollinator group in mountain regions and assure the pollination of many different plant species from low to high elevations. Plant-pollinator interactions are mediated by functio...

    Authors: Jean-Nicolas Pradervand, Loïc Pellissier, Christophe F Randin and Antoine Guisan

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2014 1:1

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  6. Content type: Research

    Quantifying primary sex ratios is essential for assessing how global warming will influence the population dynamics of species with temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD). Process-explicit (mechanistic)...

    Authors: Jessica L Stubbs, Michael R Kearney, Scott D Whiting and Nicola J Mitchell

    Citation: Climate Change Responses 2014 1:3

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