Dr. Anna Chalfoun and PhD candidate Embere Hall have recently published their work on the role of refuges in the persistence of thermal specialists in the journal Climate Change Responses. The article was titled: “Microrefuges and the occurrence of thermal specialists: Implications for wildlife persistence amidst changing temperatures.” This research was a part of Embere Hall’s PhD research. She will be defending her dissertation at the University of Wyoming on March 8th.
A link to to this research can be found here: http://rdcu.be/lFVt
A suggested citation for this research:
Hall, L. Embere, A. Chalfoun, E. Beever and A. Loosen. 2016. Microrefuges and the occurrence of thermal specialists: Implications for wildlife persistence amidst changing temperatures. Climate Change Responses.