Global patterns in lake ecosystem responses to warming based on the temperature dependence of metabolism

@article{Kraemer2017GlobalPI,
  title={Global patterns in lake ecosystem responses to warming based on the temperature dependence of metabolism},
  author={Benjamin M. Kraemer and Sudeep Chandra and Anthony I. Dell and Margaret Dix and Esko Kuusisto and David Michael Livingstone and S. Geoffrey Schladow and Eugene A. Silow and Lewis Morara Sitoki and Rashid Tamatamah and Peter B McIntyre},
  journal={Global Change Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={23},
  pages={1881–1890}
}
Climate warming is expected to have large effects on ecosystems in part due to the temperature dependence of metabolism. The responses of metabolic rates to climate warming may be greatest in the tropics and at low elevations because mean temperatures are warmer there and metabolic rates respond exponentially to temperature (with exponents >1). However, if warming rates are sufficiently fast in higher latitude/elevation lakes, metabolic rate responses to warming may still be greater there even… CONTINUE READING

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