2017
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-017-3310-4
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Climate change impacts on freshwater fishes: a Patagonian perspective

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“…In the same way, the genetic estimation of divergence times indicates the historical presence of G. platei in South America not just before the rise of the Andes mountains, in Miocene [9], but even in the Oligocene, before the detachment of Australia and South America [9,23]. Further work is required to properly address the position of G. platei within Galaxiidae [6], including an ecomorphological and ecophysiological comparison with Neochana species.…”
Section: Taxonomical Updatementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In the same way, the genetic estimation of divergence times indicates the historical presence of G. platei in South America not just before the rise of the Andes mountains, in Miocene [9], but even in the Oligocene, before the detachment of Australia and South America [9,23]. Further work is required to properly address the position of G. platei within Galaxiidae [6], including an ecomorphological and ecophysiological comparison with Neochana species.…”
Section: Taxonomical Updatementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Temperature [6,82] and the concept of thermal niche [83] are at the very basis of the ongoing interplay between the confluence of different fish groups and the environment in Patagonia. During the period 1961-2018, the temperature increase in Patagonia (annual mean temperature) reached up to 1.5 • C [84].…”
Section: Climate Change Invasions and Translocationsmentioning
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“…In addition, G. maculatus resident populations inhabiting upstream river zones, often most affected by the habitat alteration that follows dam construction and the development of man-made reservoirs, are generally also affected most by introduced salmonids. The cumulative and synergistic impacts of these different stressors in South American galaxiids needs to be addressed quickly in order to conserve these species in lakes and rivers [76].…”
Section: Genetic Diversity: the Role Of Contemporary Impacts Of Humanmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Compared to the hyperdiverse tropics, the temperate freshwater lakes and rivers of southern South America harbour a modest fish fauna, following a latitudinal trend towards lowest species diversity in southern Patagonia. Many fish species in Patagonia are endemic (Abell et al, ), of local economic and ecological importance (Cussac et al, ), and both the rapidly changing climate and introductions of invasive species are threats to these unique fishes (Becker, Crichigno, & Cussac, ; Rueda et al, ; Strüssmann, Conover, Somoza, & Miranda, ). Species inhabiting this region have evolutionary histories heavily influenced by temperature, the rise of the Andes, historical connectivity of rivers and lakes, and glaciation events (Cussac et al, ; Habit, Gonzalez, Ruzzante, & Walde, ; Ortubay, Gómez, & Cussac, ; Unmack, Barriga, Battini, Habit, & Johnson, ; Unmack, Bennin, Habit, Victoriano, & Johnson, ).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%