Climate warming alters effects of management on population viability of threatened species: results from a 30-year experimental study on a rare orchid.

@article{Sletvold2013ClimateWA,
  title={Climate warming alters effects of management on population viability of threatened species: results from a 30-year experimental study on a rare orchid.},
  author={Nina Sletvold and Johan Petter Dahlgren and D. Oien and Asbj\orn Moen and Johan Ehrl{\'e}n},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 9},
  pages={2729-38}
}
Climate change is expected to influence the viability of populations both directly and indirectly, via species interactions. The effects of large-scale climate change are also likely to interact with local habitat conditions. Management actions designed to preserve threatened species therefore need to adapt both to the prevailing climate and local conditions. Yet, few studies have separated the direct and indirect effects of climatic variables on the viability of local populations and discussed… CONTINUE READING
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