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Title Global climate change and terrestrial invertebrates / editors Scott Johnson, Hefin Jones.
Imprint Chichester, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : Wiley Blackwell, 2017.

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Subject Soil invertebrates -- Effect of global warming on.
Climatic changes.
Climate Change.
Alt Name Johnson, Scott N.,
Jones, Hefin, 1961-
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 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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Summary This book presents a comprehensive overview of the latest scientific knowledge and contemporary theory relating to global climate change and terrestrial invertebrates. Featuring contributions from top international experts, this book explores how changes to invertebrate populations will affect human decision making processes across a number of crucial issues, including agriculture, disease control, conservation planning, and resource allocation. Topics covered include methodologies and approaches to predict invertebrate responses, outcomes for disease vectors and ecosystem service providers, underlying mechanisms for community level responses to global climate change, evolutionary consequences and likely effects on interactions among organisms, and many more. Timely and thought-provoking, Global Climate Change and Terrestrial Invertebrates offers illuminating insights into the profound influence the simplest of organisms may have on the very future of our fragile world.
ISBN 9781119070870 (pdf)
1119070872 (pdf)
9781119070825 (epub)
1119070821 (epub)
9781119070900 (cloth)
ISBN/ISSN 40026880310
OCLC # 962750335
Additional Format Print version: Global climate change and terrestrial invertebrates. Chichester, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2017 9781119070900 (DLC) 2016039782

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