Predicted asymmetrical effects of warming on nocturnal and diurnal soil-dwelling ectotherms

Marshall McMunn & Adam Pepi
Climate is expected to have broad effects on ecological communities, but this occurs in the context of significant daily temperature variation in many localities. Because many ectotherms can restrict activity to thermally suitable places and times, daily temperature variation offers the potential to buffer impacts of warming. Using thermal activity data from a montane ground-nesting ant community, we explore how a simulated increase in temperature is expected to alter the duration of suitable activity windows....
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