Predicted alteration of vertebrate communities in response to climate-induced elevational shifts

Alejandro De La Fuente, Andrew Krockenberger, Ben Hirsch & Lucas Cernusak
Aim Climate change is driving species to migrate to novel areas as current environments become unsuitable. As a result, species distributions have shifted uphill in montane ecosystems globally, leading to projections of severe impacts on upland specialist species. Heterogenous dispersal rate among shifting species could result in complex changes to community assemblages. For example, interspecific differences in dispersal ability could lead to the disruption, or creation, of species interactions and processes within communities, likely amplifying...
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