Long-term macroinvertebrate responses to climate change: implications for biological assessment in mediterranean-climate streams

@inproceedings{Lawrence2010LongtermMR,
  title={Long-term macroinvertebrate responses to climate change: implications for biological assessment in mediterranean-climate streams},
  author={Justin Lawrence and K. Lunde and R. Mazor and L. B{\^e}che and E. P. McElravy and V. Resh},
  booktitle={Journal of the North American Benthological Society},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Climate change is expected to have strong effects on mediterranean-climate regions worldwide. In some areas, these effects will include increases in temperature and decreases in rainfall, which could have important implications for biological assessment programs of aquatic ecosystems. We used a consistently collected, 20-y benthic macroinvertebrate data set from 4 sites along 2 small northern California streams to examine potential climate-change effects on aquatic communities. The… Expand
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