Fish introductions reveal the temperature dependence of species interactions.

  title={Fish introductions reveal the temperature dependence of species interactions.},
  author={Catherine L. Hein and Gunnar {\"O}hlund and G{\"o}ran Englund},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  volume={281 1775},
A major area of current research is to understand how climate change will impact species interactions and ultimately biodiversity. A variety of environmental conditions are rapidly changing owing to climate warming, and these conditions often affect both the strength and outcome of species interactions. We used fish distributions and replicated fish introductions to investigate environmental conditions influencing the coexistence of two fishes in Swedish lakes: brown trout (Salmo trutta) and… CONTINUE READING
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