Global change and predator-prey interactions on a woody perennial

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Hentley, William Thomas;
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The impacts of global change on ecosystems from climate change and invasive species are likely to be complex. Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations, the associated climate forcing and greater frequency of extreme weather are serious challenges to natural ecosystems. In ... View more
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