Monitoring Climate Change with Dragonflies published
We are pleased to inform you that BioRisk (http://bit.ly/fhhSQn) has published an important outcome of the ALARM and CLIMIT projects, Monitoring Climatic Change With Dragonflies (http://bit.ly/dZVXn8) consisting of 15 research papers. This special issue is a nice addition to the BioRisk collection that started with the publication of the Climatic Risk Atlas of European Butterflies (http://bit.ly/ebzO0G)(downloaded more than 30,000 times from both Pensoft's and UFZ's servers!) and the 1000-page treatise Alien Terrestrial Invertebrates of Europe (http://bit.ly/gDlvUG).
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