Supplementary material from \"Pathways to global-change effects on biodiversity: new opportunities for dynamically forecasting demography and species interactions\"

Maria Paniw, David García Callejas, Francisco Lloret, Ronald D. Bassar, Joseph Travis & Oscar Godoy
In structured populations, persistence under environmental change may be particularly threatened when abiotic factors simultaneously negatively affect survival and reproduction of several life cycle stages, as opposed to a single stage. Such effects can then be exacerbated when species interactions generate reciprocal feedbacks between the demographic rates of the different species. Despite the importance of such demographic feedbacks, forecasts that account for them are limited as individual-based data on interacting species are perceived to be...
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