Impacts of recent climate change on terrestrial flora and fauna: Some emerging Australian examples
Ary A Hoffmann, Paul D Rymer, Margaret Byrne, Katinka X Ruthrof, Jennie Whinam, Melodie McGeoch, Dana M Bergstrom, Greg R Guerin, Ben Sparrow, Leo Joseph, Sarah J Hill, Nigel R Andrew, James Camac, Nicholas Bell, Markus Riegler, Janet L Gardner, Stephen E Williams
Austral Ecology | WILEY | Published : 2019
Awarded by Australian Antarctic Science Programme
Awarded by ARC
The Subantarctic research is funded by an Australian Antarctic Science Programme Grants (AAS 3095, 4192, 4312); the contributors thank Catherine Dickson for use of the photographs. The Alpine vegetation monitoring has been supported by grants from the Australian Research Council via their Linkage program and the Long Term Ecological Research Network. The Wet Tropics vertebrate biodiversity research was funded by National Environmental Research Program, Earthwatch Institute, Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Research in the southwestern Australian forests and woodlands has been supported by ARC Linkage Projects (LP0455349, LP150100936) and The Centre for Climate Change, Woodland and Forest Health, which is a partnership between private industry, community groups, Universities and the Government of Western Australia. Dr George Matusick provided aerial photographs Research of the Northern Jarrah Forest psyllid induced dieback in the Cumberland Plain Woodland was funded. The work on avian body size has been supported by the NSW Environmental Trust and the Australian Research Council.