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Interacting global change drivers

Climate change impacts on species do not occur in isolation. Now research on drought-sensitive British butterflies uses citizen science to attribute the drivers of population changes and shows landscape management to be a key part of the solution.

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Settele, J., Wiemers, M. Interacting global change drivers. Nature Clim Change 5, 913–914 (2015).

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