Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient

Viktoriia Radchuk (Corresponding author), Thomas Reed, Céline Teplitsky, Martijn van de Pol, Anne Charmantier, Christopher Hassall, Peter Adamík, Frank Adriaensen, Markus P. Ahola, Peter Arcese, Jesús Miguel Avilés, Javier Balbontin, Karl S. Berg, Antoni Borras, Sarah Burthe, Jean Clobert, Nina Dehnhard, Florentino de Lope, André A. Dhondt, Niels J. DingemanseHideyuki Doi, Tapio Eeva, Joerns Fickel, Iolanda Filella, Frode Fossøy, Anne E. Goodenough, Stephen J. G. Hall, Bengt Hansson, Michael Harris, Dennis Hasselquist, Thomas Hickler, Jasmin Joshi, Heather Kharouba, Juan Gabriel Martínez, Jean-Baptiste Mihoub, James A. Mills, Mercedes Molina-Morales, Arne Moksnes, Arpat Ozgul, Deseada Parejo, Philippe Pilard, Maud Poisbleau, Francois Rousset, Mark-Oliver Rödel, David Scott, Juan Carlos Senar, Constanti Stefanescu, Bård G. Stokke, Tamotsu Kusano, Maja Tarka, Corey E. Tarwater, Kirsten Thonicke, Jack Thorley, Andreas Wilting, Piotr Tryjanowski, Juha Merilä, Ben C. Sheldon, Anders Pape Møller, Erik Matthysen, Fredric Janzen, F. Stephen Dobson, Marcel E. Visser, Steven R. Beissinger, Alexandre Courtiol, Stephanie Kramer-Schadt

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