1Formerly: Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Monks Wood, Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 2LS, UK.
Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments
Article first published online: 5 JAN 2010
© 2010 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Global Change Biology
Volume 16, Issue 12, pages 3304–3313, December 2010
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THACKERAY, S. J., SPARKS, T. H., FREDERIKSEN, M., BURTHE, S., BACON, P. J., BELL, J. R., BOTHAM, M. S., BRERETON, T. M., BRIGHT, P. W., CARVALHO, L., CLUTTON-BROCK, T., DAWSON, A., EDWARDS, M., ELLIOTT, J. M., HARRINGTON, R., JOHNS, D., JONES, I. D., JONES, J. T., LEECH, D. I., ROY, D. B., SCOTT, W. A., SMITH, M., SMITHERS, R. J., WINFIELD, I. J. and WANLESS, S. (2010), Trophic level asynchrony in rates of phenological change for marine, freshwater and terrestrial environments. Global Change Biology, 16: 3304–3313. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02165.x
- Issue published online: 3 NOV 2010
- Article first published online: 5 JAN 2010
- Received 9 October 2009 and accepted 9 December 2009
Table S1. Data sources for the meta-analysis of changing phenology. The column ‘data period’ indicates the longest analytical time period to which each scheme contributed data. Where this is a multi-decadal block, the scheme also contributed data to each of the constituent decades.
Table S2. Taxa and other phenological indicators included in meta-analyses of changing phenology. The functional categorizations given to each taxon in the meta-analysis are shown as (Environment, Trophic level, Thermal physiology, Generation time). Environment = M, marine; F, freshwater; T, terrestrial. Trophic level = PP, Primary producer; PC, Primary consumer; SC, Secondary consumer. Thermal physiology = En, Endotherm; Ec, Ectotherm. Generation time = <w, <1 week; w-m, 1 week-1 month; m-y, 1 month-1year; >y, >1 year. Taxa have been assigned to Orders according to the Catalogue of Life, 2009 annual checklist (http://www.catalogueoflife.org).
Table S3. Taxa and number of trends per taxon for the analysis of phenological change from 1976–2005, categorized by environment and major taxonomic group. NA is given where a taxon does not have a common name, or a phenological indicator does not have an appropriate scientific name.
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