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Altered thermal regimes under climate change may influence host-parasite interactions and invasive species, both potentially impacting valuable ecosystem services. There is considerable interest in how parasite life cycle rates, growth,

Altered thermal regimes under climate change may influence host-parasite interactions and invasive species, both potentially impacting valuable ecosystem services. There is considerable interest in how parasite life cycle rates, growth, and impacts on hosts will change under altered environmental temperatures. Likewise, transformed thermal regimes may reduce natural resistance and barriers preventing establishment of invasive species or alter the range and impacts of established exotic species.

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    • 2014-06-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1890/ES14-00059.1
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    Cline, Timothy J., Kitchell, James F., Bennington, Val, Mckinley, Galen A., Moody, Eric K., & Weidel, Brian C. (2014). Climate impacts on landlocked sea lamprey: Implications for host-parasite interactions and invasive species management. ECOSPHERE, 5(6), art68. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES14-00059.1

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