Trends in Ecology & Evolution
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Climate change leads to unequal shifts in the phenology of interacting species, such as consumers and their resources, leading to potential phenological mismatches. While studies have investigated how phenological mismatch affects wild populations, we still lack studies and a framework for investigating how phenological mismatch affects ecosystems, particularly nutrient cycling.
Beard, Karen, Kelsey, Katharine, Leffler, Joshua, Welker, Jeffrey "The Missing Angle: Ecosystem Consequences of Phenological Mismatch." Trends in Ecology & Evolution 2019, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2019.07.019
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