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Climate change and migratory species

by Rose Hessmiller last modified Jan 10, 2013 10:56 AM
Contributors: Robert A. Robinson, Jennifer A. Learmonth, Anthony M. Hutson, Colin D. Macleod, Tim H. Sparks, David I. Leech, Graham J. Pierce, Mark M. Rehfisch & Humphrey Q.P. Crick
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Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Report on the impacts of climate change on migratory species. As DEFRA announced on October 5th, 2005: Our climate is changing and there is already compelling evidence that animals and plants have been affected. We conducted a literature review and consulted experts through a specially organised international workshop to identify the range of climate change impacts and to consider how migrant populations could be affected by these changes. [Full report]

Author(s): Robert A. Robinson, Jennifer A. Learmonth, Anthony M. Hutson, Colin D. Macleod, Tim H. Sparks, David I. Leech, Graham J. Pierce, Mark M. Rehfisch & Humphrey Q.P. Crick

Publication Date: 2005

Location: Global

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