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Negative effects of pesticides under global warming can be counteracted by a higher degradation rate and thermal adaptation

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An alarming finding for biodiversity is that global warming and pesticides often interact synergistically. Yet, this synergism may not capture the full picture because two counteracting processes may reduce the higher impact of pesticides under warming: higher pesticide degradation in the environment and thermal adaptation of populations.
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Keywords: Odonata; combined stressors; ecological risk assessment; latitudinal gradient; local adaptation; predicted exposure concentration; space‐for‐time substitution; thermal evolution

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2017

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