Asymmetric changes of growth and reproductive investment herald altitudinal and latitudinal range shifts of two woody species.

  title={Asymmetric changes of growth and reproductive investment herald altitudinal and latitudinal range shifts of two woody species.},
  author={Luis Mat{\'i}as and Alistair S. Jump},
  journal={Global change biology},
  volume={21 2},
Ongoing changes in global climate are altering ecological conditions for many species. The consequences of such changes are typically most evident at the edge of the geographical distribution of a species, where range expansions or contractions may occur. Current demographical status at geographical range limits can help us to predict population trends and their implications for the future distribution of the species. Thus, understanding the comparability of demographical patterns occurring… CONTINUE READING
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