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Role of biological habitat amelioration in altering the relative responses of congeneric species to climate change
Marine Ecology Progress Series
The distribution of most species is expected to alter in response to climate change. Predictions for the extent of these range shifts are frequently based on 'climate envelope' approaches, which often oversimplify species responses because many do not consider interactions between physical and biological factors. The local persistence of some species, however, is likely to be strongly modulated by microhabitat-forming organisms. Using congeneric patellid gastropods with northern/ boreal anddoi:10.3354/meps334011 fatcat:uttqhad7afe4deh3sojtwo4kpe