2020
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.6879
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Shade trees preserve avian insectivore biodiversity on coffee farms in a warming climate

Abstract: This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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“…Coffee berry borer reproductive rates are associated with warming temperatures (Jaramillo et al 2009(Jaramillo et al , 2011, and data indicate that coffee under the canopy of both Cordia and Grevillea trees had a more restricted temperature range than in the sun, with marginally cooler mean temperatures under Cordia than Grevillea. These buffered temperatures could affect the productivity of pests that would proliferate under warmer temperatures (Jaramillo et al 2009) and help adapt to expected climate warming (Schooler et al 2020).…”
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“…Coffee berry borer reproductive rates are associated with warming temperatures (Jaramillo et al 2009(Jaramillo et al , 2011, and data indicate that coffee under the canopy of both Cordia and Grevillea trees had a more restricted temperature range than in the sun, with marginally cooler mean temperatures under Cordia than Grevillea. These buffered temperatures could affect the productivity of pests that would proliferate under warmer temperatures (Jaramillo et al 2009) and help adapt to expected climate warming (Schooler et al 2020).…”
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“…Then, in the field from the centroid of each quadrant, 3–4 avian observation points were selected, defined as locations with 3–4 Cordia or Grevillea trees that could be visually monitored simultaneously for avian foraging observations and also met the survey criteria: 23–40 cm diameter at breast height (dbh), at least 50 m from the site edge, and within 20 m of each other. This dbh range was selected to minimise the confounding effects of tree size and corresponds to the 25 th and 75 th percentiles of trees measured in a companion study of these farms in 2017–2018 (Schooler et al 2020, Kammerichs-Berke unpubl. data).…”
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“…Local climates exist at scales of meters to up to a few kilometers and are defined by the set of properties that influence atmospheric conditions at a small scale, including biotic properties (Bailey, 2009 ; Chen et al, 1993 ; Geiger et al, 1995 ) and topography (e.g., aspect and landform; Barry & Blanken, 2016 ; Thornthwaite, 1954 ). Local climates are thought to influence aspects of population change and community structure for a variety of organisms and biological processes, including fitness (Høyvik Hilde et al, 2016 ), predation (George et al, 2017 ), genetic diversity (Lampei et al, 2019 ), and species diversity (Schooler et al, 2020 ). Despite the potential importance of local climates, our understanding of their relevance to climate change adaptation in forests and other ecosystems is still limited.…”
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“…Records of species' occurrences in space and time are essential to understanding our planet's biodiversity and addressing global environmental issues. These primary biodiversity data have been used to prioritize areas for conservation (Daru et al, 2019;Jung et al, 2021), predict climate-driven changes in species distributions in space and time (Park et al, 2019(Park et al, , 2022Zanatta et al, 2020), assess the drivers of biological invasions (Cardador & Blackburn, 2020;Park & Potter, 2015a, 2015b, evaluate the impacts of agriculture (Duchenne et al, 2020;Schooler et al, 2020), and model the origins and spread of disease (Redding et al, 2016;Zhou et al, 2021).…”
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confidence: 99%