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Global climate cycles and cyclones: consequences for rainfall patterns and lemur reproduction in southeastern Madagascar
(Global Change Biology, 2010)
Phenological synchronization drives demographic rates of populations
(Ecological Society of America, 2015)
Phenology is increasingly recognized as an important factor structuring communities because it determines when and at what life stage organisms interact. Previous work indicates that changes in first or mean timing of a ...
Climate warming increases biological control agent impact on a non-target species
Climate change may shift interactions of invasive plants, herbivorous insects and native plants, potentially affecting biological control efficacy and non-target effects on native species. Here, we show how climate warming ...
Linking phenological shifts to species interactions through size-mediated priority effects
(British Ecological Society, 2014)
Interannual variation in seasonal weather patterns causes shifts in the relative timing of phenological events of species within communities, but we currently lack a mechanistic understanding of how these phenological ...