Symposium: Spatial population and community dynamics during climate change
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Insect populations and the composition of the communities that they inhabit are dynamic. These dynamics depend on biotic and abiotic processes occurring locally and at a landscape scale. The effects of climate change on these determinants of population and community dynamics may be complex, but are also important to understand in the face of the decline of biodiversity that we experience globally as a result of climate change. In this symposium we present current theoretical and empirical research on spatial patterns of population and community level responses to climate change.
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