Earlier Migration Timing, Decreasing Phenotypic Variation, and Biocomplexity in Multiple Salmonid Species

@inproceedings{Kovach2013EarlierMT,
  title={Earlier Migration Timing, Decreasing Phenotypic Variation, and Biocomplexity in Multiple Salmonid Species},
  author={Ryan P Kovach and John E. Joyce and Jesse D. Echave and Mark Lindberg and David A. Tallmon},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Climate-induced phenological shifts can influence population, evolutionary, and ecological dynamics, but our understanding of these phenomena is hampered by a lack of long-term demographic data. We use a multi-decade census of 5 salmonid species representing 14 life histories in a warming Alaskan stream to address the following key questions about climate change and phenology: How consistent are temporal patterns and drivers of phenology for similar species and alternative life histories? Are… CONTINUE READING
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