Organismal climatology: analyzing environmental variability at scales relevant to physiological stress.

  title={Organismal climatology: analyzing environmental variability at scales relevant to physiological stress.},
  author={Brian Helmuth and Bernardo R. Broitman and Lauren Yamane and Sarah E. Gilman and Katharine J. Mach and K A S Mislan and Mark W Denny},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  volume={213 6},
Predicting when, where and with what magnitude climate change is likely to affect the fitness, abundance and distribution of organisms and the functioning of ecosystems has emerged as a high priority for scientists and resource managers. However, even in cases where we have detailed knowledge of current species' range boundaries, we often do not understand what, if any, aspects of weather and climate act to set these limits. This shortcoming significantly curtails our capacity to predict… CONTINUE READING
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