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"Fingerprints" of climate change : adapted behaviour and shifting species ranges

Author: G -R Walther; Conradin A Burga; Peter J Edwards
Publisher: New York : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This text is an international collection of biological signs of recent climate warming, mainly based on occurring changes in the biosphere. It presents ecological evidence that organisms are  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G -R Walther; Conradin A Burga; Peter J Edwards
ISBN: 030646716X 9780306467165
OCLC Number: 48163242
Notes: Proceedings of the International Conference "Fingerprints" for Climate Change: Adapted Behaviour and Shifting Species Ranges, held February 23-25, 2001, at Ascona, Switzerland--T.p. verso.
Description: viii, 329 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Adapted behaviour and shifting ranges of species --
a result of recent climate warming? / G.-R. Walther --
Terrestrial ecosystem responses to climate changes in the Antarctic / P. Convey --
Climate change and ice breeding pinnipeds / B.P. Kelly --
Detection of range shifts : general methodological issues and case studies using butterflies / C. Parmesan --
Climate and recent range changes in butterflies / J.K. Hill, C.D. Thomas and B. Huntley --
Expansion of Mediterranean Odonata in Germany and Europe --
consequences of climatic changes / J. Ott --
Phytophenological trends in different seasons, regions and altitudes in Switzerland / C. Defila and B. Clot --
Plant phenological changes / A. Menzel and N. Estrella --
High summits of the Alps in a changing climate / H. Pauli, M. Gottfried and G. Grabherr --
Evergreen broad-leaved species as indicators for climate change / G.-R. Walther, G. Carraro and F. Klötzli --
The expansion of thermophilic plants in the Iberian Peninsula as a sign of climatic change / E. Sobrino Vesperinas [and others] --
Climate change and coastal flora / D. Metzing and A. Gerlach --
Sizing the impact : coral reef ecosystems as early casualties of climate change / O. Hoegh-Guldberg --
Fingerprints of climate changes on the photosynthetic apparatus' behaviour, monitored by the JIP-test / M. Tsimilli-Michael and R. Strasser --
Did recent climatic shifts affect productivity of grass-dominated vegetation in southern Switzerland? / A. Stampfli --
Responses of some Austrian glacier foreland plants to experimentally changed microclimatic conditions / B. Erschbamer --
Reliability and effectiveness of Ellenberg's indices in checking flora and vegetation changes induced by climatic variations / S. Pignatti [and others] --
Fingerprints of climate change --
concluding remarks / Ch. Körner and G.-R. Walther.
Responsibility: edited by G.-R. Walther, C.A. Burga, and P.J. Edwards.

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