6.1 million data points prove the influence of climate on global fungal occurrence

A new study by Bayreuth scientists Dr. Franz-Sebastian Krah and Prof. Dr. Claus Bässler has shown that temperature has a significant influence on the timing and duration of fungal fruiting in key areas of the world. The research results were published in the journal „Ecology Letters“ and shed new light on the global impact of climate change on occurrences of fungi in nature.

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