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The increasing relevance of phenology to conservation

A. K. Ettinger, C. J. Chamberlain, E. M. Wolkovich

Nature Climate Change, 12, 305-307

April 06, 2022

Shifts in phenology can impact organism fitness, ecosystem function, and goods and services from nature. Climate change management must better integrate phenology to optimize conservation outcomes as these impacts increase.

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Ettinger, A. K., Chamberlain, C. J., & Wolkovich, E. M. (2022). The increasing relevance of phenology to conservation. Nature Climate Change, 12(4), 305–307. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-022-01330-8