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Interactions of climate change and species

Nature volume 535, pages 236237 (14 July 2016) | Download Citation

At what times of year are phenological events across species sensitive to climatic variables, and how sensitive are they? Answers to these questions emerge from the analysis of a wealth of long-term data sets. See Article p.241

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  1. Marcel E. Visser is in the Department of Animal Ecology, Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO-KNAW), Wageningen 6700, the Netherlands.

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