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Fingerprints of global warming on wild animals and plants

Letter | Published: 02 January 2003<p>Terry L. Root<br>• , Jeff T. Price<br>• , Kimberly R. Hall<br>• , Stephen H. Schneider<br>• , Cynthia Rosenzweig<br>• & J. Alan Pounds<p><i>Nature</i></b> …

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Implications of climate change for parasitism of animals in the aquatic environment - Canadian Journal of Zoology

Cited by<p>Effects of climate change on the distribution of invasive alien species in Canada: a knowledge synthesis of range change projections in a …

Climate change impacts on marine mammals

The Great Barrier Reef's mammals are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change that alter their habitats and food sources. The dugong, …

Probing the Impact of Climate Change on Wildlife, Ecosystems

Satellite observations of vegetation on land and microscopic marine plants that form the base of ocean food chains are some of the NASA datasets that …

Climate change may bring big ecosystem changes

By 2100, global climate change will modify plant communities covering almost half of Earth's land surface and will drive the conversion of nearly 40 …

Longer melt season a game changer for Arctic mammals

Many human communities want answers about the current status and future of Arctic marine mammals, including scientists who dedicate their lives to …

Small Creatures and Climate Change

Climate change is messing with mammals. Among other things, it is shifting their geographical ranges, changing their behavior (or, as scientists call …

The Effects of Climate Change on Mammals | Climate Change Resource Center

Preparers<p>Kevin S. McKelvey, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula MT; Roger W. Perry, Southern Research Station, Hot Springs, AR; L. Scott Mills, …

Why Do We Need Species? Fighting Climate Change, for One – Human...

Over the past 15 years, the environmental community has made <b>incredible strides in understanding and promoting the critical role of ecosystem services</b> …

Overview

Climate change is the single biggest threat facing our planet today. It affects us all: every person, every plant, every animal and every unique …

Over 1,400 Endangered Species Are Threatened By Climate Change, Says New ‘Red List’

Following a new update to the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List, over 22,000 species of animals are threatened with …

Endangered Species Day: Climate Change Threatens Wildlife

Climate change and business as usual could threaten 1 in 6 plant and animal species with extinction. Last month a study published in <i>Science</i> by Mark …

Effects of Climate Change

To avoid the worst effects of climate change, we need to dramatically reduce global carbon emissions. But we must also prepare for the significant …

Climate Change

7 Species Hit Hard by Climate Change—Including One That's Already Extinct

Coral, polar bears, and frogs are among the species hit hardest.<p>Climate change is doing "widespread and consequential" harm to animals and plants, which are struggling to adapt to new conditions, according to a major report released Monday.<p>The report, from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on …

Climate change - effects on animals

Climate Change - effects on animals, birdlife and plants<p>Our climate is changing, both naturally and due to human exploitation. There is already …

Climate Change Resources - New England Aquarium

Human systems—like energy production, agriculture, transportation, and manufacturing—are interdependent with the ecosystems and habitats that support …

Wildlife Guide | National Wildlife Federation

Wild Places<p>From the Florida Everglades to Washington's Puget Sound, discover more about some of the awe-inspiring landscapes the National Wildlife …

What Animals Are Likely to Go Extinct First Due to Climate Change

Australia, New Zealand, and South America are among the hardest hit as rising temperatures could drive the extinction of one in six species worldwide.<p>One in six species could disappear as the climate warms over the next century, with animals and plants in South America particularly hard hit while …

Wildlife Guide | National Wildlife Federation

Wild Places<p>From the Florida Everglades to Washington's Puget Sound, discover more about some of the awe-inspiring landscapes the National Wildlife …