Temperature tracking by North Sea benthic invertebrates in response to climate change.

@article{Hiddink2015TemperatureTB,
  title={Temperature tracking by North Sea benthic invertebrates in response to climate change.},
  author={Jan Geert Hiddink and Michael T. Burrows and Jorge Garc{\'i}a Molinos},
  journal={Global change biology},
  year={2015},
  volume={21 1},
  pages={117-29}
}
Climate change is a major threat to biodiversity and distributions shifts are one of the most significant threats to global warming, but the extent to which these shifts keep pace with a changing climate is yet uncertain. Understanding the factors governing range shifts is crucial for conservation management to anticipate patterns of biodiversity distribution under future anthropogenic climate change. Soft-sediment invertebrates are a key faunal group because of their role in marine… CONTINUE READING