Hidden Effects of Climate Change May Threaten Eelgrass Meadows Science Daily (press release) June 3, 2013 — Some research has shown that the effects of changes in the climate may be weak or even non-existent.
This new climatic niche model for P. psidii s.l. indicates a higher degree of cold tolerance; and hence a potential range that extends into higher altitudes and latitudes than has been indicated previously. The methods demonstrated here provide some insight into the impacts an invasive species might have within its climatically suited range, and can help inform biosecurity policies regarding the management of its spread and protection of valued threatened assets.
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Great example of the modelling of species distributions with relatively simple methods/equipment, here for a fungus that could potentially have a large effect in sub-alpine communities
Winnipeg Free Press Climate change keeping early birds from worms globalnews.ca New research by York University scientist Kevin Fraser suggests that climate change is affecting the migratory habits of birds.
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