Problems with using large-scale oceanic climate indices to compare climatic sensitivities across populations and species
van de Pol, Martijn; Brouwer, Lyanne; Brooker, Lesley C.; Brooker, Michael G.; Colombelli-Negrel, Diane; Hall, Michelle; Langmore, Naomi; Peters, Anne-Marie; Pruett-Jones, Stephen; Russell, Eleanor M.; Webster, Michael S.; Cockburn, Andrew
To understand which populations and species are most sensitive to climate change, studies correlate time series of climate variables with those of traits important for population dynamics, and subsequently compare which aspects of a species' ecology or life-history best explain variation in climate sensitivity. Often large-scale oceanic climate indices (LOCIs) are used as a proxy for local climatic drivers, with many studies reporting geographic gradients in climate sensitivity to LOCIs (e.g....[Show more]
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