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Philosophical Transactions B 1778: Physiological diversity, biodiversity patterns and global climate change: testing key hypotheses involving temperature and oxygen

Publisher: The Royal Society
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Format: Book- Paperback
ISBN-13: 9781782524021
Author: ED: John I. Spicer, Simon Morley and Francisco Bozinovic
Publication Date: 05-Aug-2019
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Finding out where animals live and why they can’t live elsewhere has fascinated scientists for centuries. However, our current biodiversity crisis and the need to be able to predict the effects of climate change have brought an urgency to these studies. While we are on the way to producing a basic atlas of biodiversity, linking how animals work to where they live, or could live, has just begun. This theme issue concentrates on physiological effects of two key environmental factors, both of which are influenced by climate change: temperature and oxygen. Each contribution tests key hypotheses about the linkage and furthers our understanding of how animals will respond to global climate warming.

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