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Distribution of microarthropods across altitude and aspect in the sub-Antarctic: climate change implications for an isolated oceanic island
Current climate change is altering the distribution of species across both broad and fine scales. Examining contemporary species distributions along altitudinal gradients is one approach to predicting species future distributions, as species occurrence patterns at cold, high altitudes are expected to resemble the species distribution patterns currently observed at warmer, lower altitudes if warming occurs. Strong changes in climate have been observed in the sub-Antarctic over the last 50 years,doi:10.24349/acarologia/20184278 fatcat:hjhrrtjj2zhp5c2wrtaq5wm3yq