Congratulations to Gio on her second publication from her PhD. This paper describes the relative contributions of the urban heat island effect and regional climate change to urban dragonfly and damselfly phenology. Contrary to what might be expected, the urban heat island doesn't seem to cause much of an advance in odonate phenology. Instead, dragonflies and damselflies emerge sooner in response to regional climate change (which operates at much larger scales) but don't seem to respond to the particular conditions with the city. You can read more here.