A freshwater predator hit twice by the effects of warming across trophic levels.

@article{Jonsson2015AFP,
  title={A freshwater predator hit twice by the effects of warming across trophic levels.},
  author={Tomas Jonsson and Malin Setzer},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={
          5992
        }
}
Many ecological responses to climate change have been documented. However, due to indirect effects, some responses can be complex and difficult to predict. For example, our understanding of effects on consumers involving responses on several trophic levels is limited. Here, combining the knowledge of trophic interactions in the EU's fourth largest lake with long-term climate and catch data, we analyse potential drivers of change in this system's apex predator. We show that warm winters… CONTINUE READING

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