Data from: Forecasting the response to global warming in a heat-sensitive species

Francesca Brivio, Milena Zurmühl, Stefano Grignolio, Jost Von Hardenberg, Marco Apollonio & Simone Ciuti
Avoiding hyperthermia entails considerable metabolic costs for endotherms. Such costs increase in warm conditions, when endotherms may trade food intake for cooler areas to avoid heat stress and maximize their energy balance. The need to reduce heat stress may involve the adoption of tactics affecting space use and foraging behaviour, which are important to understand and predict the effects of climate change and inform conservation. We used resource selection models to examine the behavioural response...
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