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Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming

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Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming. / Gaget, Elie; Pavón-Jordán, Diego; Johnston, Alison; Lehikoinen, Aleksi; Hochachka, Wesley M.; Sandercock, Brett K.; Soultan, Alaaeldin; Azafzaf, Hichem; Bendjedda, Nadjiba; Bino, Taulant; Božič, Luka; Clausen, Preben; Dakki, Mohamed; Devos, Koen; Domsa, Cristi; Encarnação, Vitor; Erciyas-Yavuz, Kiraz; Faragó, Sándor; Frost, Teresa; Gaudard, Clemence; Gosztonyi, Lívia; Haas, Fredrik; Hornman, Menno; Langendoen, Tom; Ieronymidou, Christina; Kostyushin, Vasiliy A.; Lewis, Lesley J.; Lorentsen, Svein Håkon; Luigujõe, Leho; Meissner, Włodzimierz; Mikuska, Tibor; Molina, Blas; Musilová, Zuzana; Natykanets, Viktor; Paquet, Jean Yves; Petkov, Nicky; Portolou, Danae; Ridzoň, Jozef; Sayoud, Samir; Šćiban, Marko; Sniauksta, Laimonas; Stīpniece, Antra; Strebel, Nicolas; Teufelbauer, Norbert; Topić, Goran; Uzunova, Danka; Vizi, Andrej; Wahl, Johannes; Zenatello, Marco; Brommer, Jon E.

I: Conservation Biology, Bind 35, Nr. 3, 06.2021, s. 834-845.

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Gaget, E, Pavón-Jordán, D, Johnston, A, Lehikoinen, A, Hochachka, WM, Sandercock, BK, Soultan, A, Azafzaf, H, Bendjedda, N, Bino, T, Božič, L, Clausen, P, Dakki, M, Devos, K, Domsa, C, Encarnação, V, Erciyas-Yavuz, K, Faragó, S, Frost, T, Gaudard, C, Gosztonyi, L, Haas, F, Hornman, M, Langendoen, T, Ieronymidou, C, Kostyushin, VA, Lewis, LJ, Lorentsen, SH, Luigujõe, L, Meissner, W, Mikuska, T, Molina, B, Musilová, Z, Natykanets, V, Paquet, JY, Petkov, N, Portolou, D, Ridzoň, J, Sayoud, S, Šćiban, M, Sniauksta, L, Stīpniece, A, Strebel, N, Teufelbauer, N, Topić, G, Uzunova, D, Vizi, A, Wahl, J, Zenatello, M & Brommer, JE 2021, 'Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming', Conservation Biology, bind 35, nr. 3, s. 834-845. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13648

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Gaget, E., Pavón-Jordán, D., Johnston, A., Lehikoinen, A., Hochachka, W. M., Sandercock, B. K., Soultan, A., Azafzaf, H., Bendjedda, N., Bino, T., Božič, L., Clausen, P., Dakki, M., Devos, K., Domsa, C., Encarnação, V., Erciyas-Yavuz, K., Faragó, S., Frost, T., ... Brommer, J. E. (2021). Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming. Conservation Biology, 35(3), 834-845. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13648

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Gaget E, Pavón-Jordán D, Johnston A, Lehikoinen A, Hochachka WM, Sandercock BK, Soultan A, Azafzaf H, Bendjedda N, Bino T, Božič L, Clausen P, Dakki M, Devos K, Domsa C, Encarnação V, Erciyas-Yavuz K, Faragó S, Frost T, Gaudard C, Gosztonyi L, Haas F, Hornman M, Langendoen T, Ieronymidou C, Kostyushin VA, Lewis LJ, Lorentsen SH, Luigujõe L, Meissner W, Mikuska T, Molina B, Musilová Z, Natykanets V, Paquet JY, Petkov N, Portolou D, Ridzoň J, Sayoud S, Šćiban M, Sniauksta L, Stīpniece A, Strebel N, Teufelbauer N, Topić G, Uzunova D, Vizi A, Wahl J, Zenatello M, Brommer JE. 2021. Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming. Conservation Biology. 35(3):834-845. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13648

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Gaget E, Pavón-Jordán D, Johnston A, Lehikoinen A, Hochachka WM, Sandercock BK o.a. Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming. Conservation Biology. 2021 jun.;35(3):834-845. https://doi.org/10.1111/cobi.13648

Author

Gaget, Elie ; Pavón-Jordán, Diego ; Johnston, Alison ; Lehikoinen, Aleksi ; Hochachka, Wesley M. ; Sandercock, Brett K. ; Soultan, Alaaeldin ; Azafzaf, Hichem ; Bendjedda, Nadjiba ; Bino, Taulant ; Božič, Luka ; Clausen, Preben ; Dakki, Mohamed ; Devos, Koen ; Domsa, Cristi ; Encarnação, Vitor ; Erciyas-Yavuz, Kiraz ; Faragó, Sándor ; Frost, Teresa ; Gaudard, Clemence ; Gosztonyi, Lívia ; Haas, Fredrik ; Hornman, Menno ; Langendoen, Tom ; Ieronymidou, Christina ; Kostyushin, Vasiliy A. ; Lewis, Lesley J. ; Lorentsen, Svein Håkon ; Luigujõe, Leho ; Meissner, Włodzimierz ; Mikuska, Tibor ; Molina, Blas ; Musilová, Zuzana ; Natykanets, Viktor ; Paquet, Jean Yves ; Petkov, Nicky ; Portolou, Danae ; Ridzoň, Jozef ; Sayoud, Samir ; Šćiban, Marko ; Sniauksta, Laimonas ; Stīpniece, Antra ; Strebel, Nicolas ; Teufelbauer, Norbert ; Topić, Goran ; Uzunova, Danka ; Vizi, Andrej ; Wahl, Johannes ; Zenatello, Marco ; Brommer, Jon E. / Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming. I: Conservation Biology. 2021 ; Bind 35, Nr. 3. s. 834-845.

Bibtex

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title = "Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming",
abstract = "Climate warming is driving changes in species distributions and community composition. Many species have a so-called climatic debt, that is, shifts in range lag behind shifts in temperature isoclines. Inside protected areas (PAs), community changes in response to climate warming can be facilitated by greater colonization rates by warm-dwelling species, but also mitigated by lowering extirpation rates of cold-dwelling species. An evaluation of the relative importance of colonization-extirpation processes is important to inform conservation strategies that aim for both climate debt reduction and species conservation. We assessed the colonization-extirpation dynamics involved in community changes in response to climate inside and outside PAs. To do so, we used 25 years of occurrence data of nonbreeding waterbirds in the western Palearctic (97 species, 7071 sites, 39 countries, 1993–2017). We used a community temperature index (CTI) framework based on species thermal affinities to investigate species turnover induced by temperature increase. We determined whether thermal community adjustment was associated with colonization by warm-dwelling species or extirpation of cold-dwelling species by modeling change in standard deviation of the CTI (CTISD). Using linear mixed-effects models, we investigated whether communities in PAs had lower climatic debt and different patterns of community change than communities outside PAs. For CTI and CTISD combined, communities inside PAs had more species, higher colonization, lower extirpation, and lower climatic debt (16%) than communities outside PAs. Thus, our results suggest that PAs facilitate 2 independent processes that shape community dynamics and maintain biodiversity. The community adjustment was, however, not sufficiently fast to keep pace with the large temperature increases in the central and northeastern western Palearctic. Our results underline the potential of combining CTI and CTISD metrics to improve understanding of the colonization-extirpation patterns driven by climate warming.",
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author = "Elie Gaget and Diego Pav{\'o}n-Jord{\'a}n and Alison Johnston and Aleksi Lehikoinen and Hochachka, {Wesley M.} and Sandercock, {Brett K.} and Alaaeldin Soultan and Hichem Azafzaf and Nadjiba Bendjedda and Taulant Bino and Luka Bo{\v z}i{\v c} and Preben Clausen and Mohamed Dakki and Koen Devos and Cristi Domsa and Vitor Encarna{\c c}{\~a}o and Kiraz Erciyas-Yavuz and S{\'a}ndor Farag{\'o} and Teresa Frost and Clemence Gaudard and L{\'i}via Gosztonyi and Fredrik Haas and Menno Hornman and Tom Langendoen and Christina Ieronymidou and Kostyushin, {Vasiliy A.} and Lewis, {Lesley J.} and Lorentsen, {Svein H{\aa}kon} and Leho Luiguj{\~o}e and W{\l}odzimierz Meissner and Tibor Mikuska and Blas Molina and Zuzana Musilov{\'a} and Viktor Natykanets and Paquet, {Jean Yves} and Nicky Petkov and Danae Portolou and Jozef Ridzo{\v n} and Samir Sayoud and Marko {\v S}{\'c}iban and Laimonas Sniauksta and Antra Stīpniece and Nicolas Strebel and Norbert Teufelbauer and Goran Topi{\'c} and Danka Uzunova and Andrej Vizi and Johannes Wahl and Marco Zenatello and Brommer, {Jon E.}",
note = "Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2020 The Authors. Conservation Biology published by Wiley Periodicals LLC on behalf of Society for Conservation Biology Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
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month = jun,
doi = "10.1111/cobi.13648",
language = "English",
volume = "35",
pages = "834--845",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Benefits of protected areas for nonbreeding waterbirds adjusting their distributions under climate warming

AU - Gaget, Elie

AU - Pavón-Jordán, Diego

AU - Johnston, Alison

AU - Lehikoinen, Aleksi

AU - Hochachka, Wesley M.

AU - Sandercock, Brett K.

AU - Soultan, Alaaeldin

AU - Azafzaf, Hichem

AU - Bendjedda, Nadjiba

AU - Bino, Taulant

AU - Božič, Luka

AU - Clausen, Preben

AU - Dakki, Mohamed

AU - Devos, Koen

AU - Domsa, Cristi

AU - Encarnação, Vitor

AU - Erciyas-Yavuz, Kiraz

AU - Faragó, Sándor

AU - Frost, Teresa

AU - Gaudard, Clemence

AU - Gosztonyi, Lívia

AU - Haas, Fredrik

AU - Hornman, Menno

AU - Langendoen, Tom

AU - Ieronymidou, Christina

AU - Kostyushin, Vasiliy A.

AU - Lewis, Lesley J.

AU - Lorentsen, Svein Håkon

AU - Luigujõe, Leho

AU - Meissner, Włodzimierz

AU - Mikuska, Tibor

AU - Molina, Blas

AU - Musilová, Zuzana

AU - Natykanets, Viktor

AU - Paquet, Jean Yves

AU - Petkov, Nicky

AU - Portolou, Danae

AU - Ridzoň, Jozef

AU - Sayoud, Samir

AU - Šćiban, Marko

AU - Sniauksta, Laimonas

AU - Stīpniece, Antra

AU - Strebel, Nicolas

AU - Teufelbauer, Norbert

AU - Topić, Goran

AU - Uzunova, Danka

AU - Vizi, Andrej

AU - Wahl, Johannes

AU - Zenatello, Marco

AU - Brommer, Jon E.

N1 - Publisher Copyright: © 2020 The Authors. Conservation Biology published by Wiley Periodicals LLC on behalf of Society for Conservation Biology Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2021/6

Y1 - 2021/6

N2 - Climate warming is driving changes in species distributions and community composition. Many species have a so-called climatic debt, that is, shifts in range lag behind shifts in temperature isoclines. Inside protected areas (PAs), community changes in response to climate warming can be facilitated by greater colonization rates by warm-dwelling species, but also mitigated by lowering extirpation rates of cold-dwelling species. An evaluation of the relative importance of colonization-extirpation processes is important to inform conservation strategies that aim for both climate debt reduction and species conservation. We assessed the colonization-extirpation dynamics involved in community changes in response to climate inside and outside PAs. To do so, we used 25 years of occurrence data of nonbreeding waterbirds in the western Palearctic (97 species, 7071 sites, 39 countries, 1993–2017). We used a community temperature index (CTI) framework based on species thermal affinities to investigate species turnover induced by temperature increase. We determined whether thermal community adjustment was associated with colonization by warm-dwelling species or extirpation of cold-dwelling species by modeling change in standard deviation of the CTI (CTISD). Using linear mixed-effects models, we investigated whether communities in PAs had lower climatic debt and different patterns of community change than communities outside PAs. For CTI and CTISD combined, communities inside PAs had more species, higher colonization, lower extirpation, and lower climatic debt (16%) than communities outside PAs. Thus, our results suggest that PAs facilitate 2 independent processes that shape community dynamics and maintain biodiversity. The community adjustment was, however, not sufficiently fast to keep pace with the large temperature increases in the central and northeastern western Palearctic. Our results underline the potential of combining CTI and CTISD metrics to improve understanding of the colonization-extirpation patterns driven by climate warming.

AB - Climate warming is driving changes in species distributions and community composition. Many species have a so-called climatic debt, that is, shifts in range lag behind shifts in temperature isoclines. Inside protected areas (PAs), community changes in response to climate warming can be facilitated by greater colonization rates by warm-dwelling species, but also mitigated by lowering extirpation rates of cold-dwelling species. An evaluation of the relative importance of colonization-extirpation processes is important to inform conservation strategies that aim for both climate debt reduction and species conservation. We assessed the colonization-extirpation dynamics involved in community changes in response to climate inside and outside PAs. To do so, we used 25 years of occurrence data of nonbreeding waterbirds in the western Palearctic (97 species, 7071 sites, 39 countries, 1993–2017). We used a community temperature index (CTI) framework based on species thermal affinities to investigate species turnover induced by temperature increase. We determined whether thermal community adjustment was associated with colonization by warm-dwelling species or extirpation of cold-dwelling species by modeling change in standard deviation of the CTI (CTISD). Using linear mixed-effects models, we investigated whether communities in PAs had lower climatic debt and different patterns of community change than communities outside PAs. For CTI and CTISD combined, communities inside PAs had more species, higher colonization, lower extirpation, and lower climatic debt (16%) than communities outside PAs. Thus, our results suggest that PAs facilitate 2 independent processes that shape community dynamics and maintain biodiversity. The community adjustment was, however, not sufficiently fast to keep pace with the large temperature increases in the central and northeastern western Palearctic. Our results underline the potential of combining CTI and CTISD metrics to improve understanding of the colonization-extirpation patterns driven by climate warming.

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KW - cambio de distribución

KW - colonización

KW - colonization

KW - community adjustment

KW - community temperature index

KW - extinción

KW - extinction

KW - humedales

KW - range shift

KW - wetlands

KW - índice de temperatura comunitaria

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