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Global climate change and terrestrial invertebrates / edited by Scott N. Johnson, T. Hefin Jones.
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D363.73874/GLO/MAIN
Hoboken, NJ, USA John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.,
2017.
xviii, 394 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
9781119070900 1119070902;
https://library.australianmuseum.net.au//fullRecord.jsp?recno=69082
Introduction to global climate change and terrestrial invertebrates / Scott N. Johnson and T. Hefin Jones -- Using historical measurements for predicting range shifts / Georgina Palmer and Jane K. Hill -- Experimental approaches for assessing invertebrate
responses to global change factors / Richard L. Lindroth and Kenneth F. Raffa -- Transplant experiments : a powerful method to study climate change impacts / Sabine S. Nooten and Nigel R. Andrew -- Insect pollinators and climate change / Jessica R.K. Forrest -- Climate change effects on biological control in grasslands / Philippa J. Gerrard and Alison J. Popay -- Climate change and arthropod ectoparasites and vectors of veterinary importance / Hannah Rose, Lauren Ellse and Richard Wall -- Climate change and the biology of insect vectors of human pathogens / Luis Fernando Chaves -- Climate and atmospheric change impacts on aphids as vectors of plant diseases / James M.W. Ryalls and Richard Harrington -- Global climate change, herbivores and their natural enemies / William T. Hentley and Ruth N. Wade -- Climate change in the underworld : impacts for soil-dwelling invertebrates / Ivan Hiltpold, Scott N. Johnson, Rene-Claire Le Bayon and Uffe N. Nielsen -- Impacts of atmospheric and precipitation change on aboveground-belowground invertebrate interactions / Scott N. Johnson, James M.W. Ryalls and Joanna T. Staley -- Forest invertebrate communities and atmospheric change / Sarah L. Facey and Andrew Gherlenda -- Climate change and freshwater invertebrates : their role in reciprocal freshwater-terrestrial resources fluxes / Micael Jonsson and Cristina Canhoto -- Emerging issues and future perspectives for global climate change and invertebrates / Robert J. Thomas, James Vafidis and Renata J. Medeiros.
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