Are amphibians tracking their climatic niches in response to climate warming? A test with Iberian amphibians

In the present study, we explore the responses of Iberian amphibian species to recent climate change, by comparing amphibian distributions between two time periods (1901–1990 vs. 2000–2015). Our findings suggest that, although climatic conditions have changed between the two periods, Iberian amphibians have barely shifted their distribution ranges northwards, with the exception of the southernmost species (Alytes dickhilleni). Enriquez-Urzelai, U., Bernardo, N., Moreno-Rueda, G. et al. Climatic Change (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-019-02422-9 Leer más.