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DOI 10.1016/j.tree.2018.09.010
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Title (Primary) The dark side of animal phenology
Author Eisenhauer, N.; Herrmann, S.; Hines, J.; Buscot, F.; Siebert, J.; Thakur, M.P.
Source Titel Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Year 2018
Department BOOEK; iDiv
Volume 33
Issue 12
Page From 898
Page To 901
Language englisch
Keywords aboveground–belowground interactions; biotic interactions; climate change; soil animals; temporal dynamics
Abstract Research exploring the timing of recurring biological events has shown that anthropogenic climate change dramatically alters the phenology of many plants and animals. However, we still lack studies on how climate change might alter the phenology of soil invertebrates as well as how this can subsequently affect ecosystem functions.
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Eisenhauer, N., Herrmann, S., Hines, J., Buscot, F., Siebert, J., Thakur, M.P. (2018):
The dark side of animal phenology
Trends Ecol. Evol. 33 (12), 898 - 901 10.1016/j.tree.2018.09.010