How does climate change influence demographic processes of widespread species? Lessons from the comparative analysis of contrasted populations of roe deer.

@article{Gaillard2013HowDC,
  title={How does climate change influence demographic processes of widespread species? Lessons from the comparative analysis of contrasted populations of roe deer.},
  author={J. M. Gaillard and Aidan Jonathan Mark Hewison and François Klein and Floriane Plard and Mathieu Douhard and Raziel Davison and Christophe Bonenfant},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  year={2013},
  volume={16 Suppl 1},
  pages={48-57}
}
How populations respond to climate change depends on the interplay between life history, resource availability, and the intensity of the change. Roe deer are income breeders, with high levels of allocation to reproduction, and are hence strongly constrained by the availability of high quality resources during spring. We investigated how recent climate change has influenced demographic processes in two populations of this widespread species. Spring began increasingly earlier over the study… CONTINUE READING
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