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Biodiversity and climate change : transforming the biosphere

Author: Thomas E Lovejoy; Lee Jay Hannah
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, [2019]
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An essential, up-to-date look at the critical interactions between biological diversity and climate change that will serve as an immediate call to action The physical and biological impacts of climate change are dramatic and broad-ranging. People who care about the planet and manage natural resources urgently need a synthesis of our rapidly growing understanding of these issues. In this all-new sequel to the 2005  Read more...
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Biodiversity and climate change.
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2019]
(DLC) 2018954278
(OCoLC)1076357316
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas E Lovejoy; Lee Jay Hannah
ISBN: 9780300241198 0300241194
OCLC Number: 1076876864
Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 387 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations (some color), maps.
Contents: PART I: OVERVIEW: WHAT IS CLIMATE CHANGE BIOLOGY? --
ONE: Changing the Biosphere --
TWO: What Is Climate Change? --
PART II: WHAT CHANGES ARE WE OBSERVING? --
THREE: Range and Abundance Changes --
Case Study 1: The Bering Sea and Climate Change --
FOUR: Phenological Dynamics in Pollinator-Plant Associations Related to Climate Change --
FIVE: Coral Reefs: Megadiversity Meets Unprecedented Environmental Change --
SIX: Genetic Signatures of Historical and Contemporary Responses to Climate Change --
Case Study 2: Climate Change and Salmon Populations --
SEVEN: Rapid Broad-Scale Ecosystem Changes and Their Consequences for Biodiversity --
Case Study 3: Rapidly Diverging Population Trends of Adélie Penguins Reveal Limits to a Flexible Species' Adaptability to Anthropogenic Climate Change --
PART III: WHAT DOES THE PAST TELL US? --
EIGHT: A Paleoecological Perspective on Sudden Climate Change and Biodiversity Crises --
NINE: Climate Change, Conservation, and the Metaphor of Deep Time --
Case Study 4: The Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Habitats and Species --
TEN: Past Abrupt Changes in Climate and Terrestrial Ecosystems --
ELEVEN: A Neotropical Perspective on Past Human-Climate Interactions and Biodiversity --
PART IV: WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD? --
TWELVE: Modeling Species and Vegetation Distribution under Climate Change --
THIRTEEN: Climate Change and Marine Biodiversity --
Case Study 5: Anticipating Climate-Driven Movement Routes --
FOURTEEN: Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Marine Biodiversity --
FIFTEEN: Tropical Forests in a Changing Climate --
Case Study 6: Postponing the Amazon Tipping Point --
SIXTEEN: Temperate and Boreal Responses to Climate Change --
SEVENTEEN: Climate Change Impacts on Mountain Biodiversity --
Case Study 7: Climate Change and Frost Effects in Rocky Mountain Plant Communities --
EIGHTEEN: Climate Change: Final Arbiter of the Mass Extinction of Freshwater Fishes --
NINETEEN: The Asymmetrical Impacts of Climate Change on Food Webs --
Case Study 8: Dynamic Spatial Management in an Australian Tuna Fishery --
TWENTY: Invasive Species and Climate Change --
TWENTY-ONE: Climate Change and Disease --
PART V: HOW CAN CONSERVATION AND POLICY RESPOND? --
TWENTY-TWO: Protected-Area Management and Climate Change --
Case Study 9: Extinction Risk from Climate Change --
TWENTY-THREE: Ecosystem-Based Adaptation --
TWENTY-FOUR: Climate Change Mitigation Using Terrestrial Ecosystems: Options and Biodiversity Impacts --
Case Study 10: Connectivity by Design: A Multiobjective Ecological Network for Biodiversity That Is Robust to Land Use and Regional Climate Change --
TWENTY-FIVE: Regreening the Emerald Planet: The Role of Ecosystem Restoration in Reducing Climate Change --
Case Study 11: Enlisting Ecological Interactions among Animals to Balance the Carbon Budget --
TWENTY-SIX: Increasing Public Awareness and Facilitating Behavior Change: Two Guiding Heuristics --
TWENTY-SEVEN: Climate Change, Food, and Biodiversity --
TWENTY-EIGHT: Saving Biodiversity in the Era of Human-Dominated Ecosystems.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas E. Lovejoy & Lee Hannah ; foreword by Edward O. Wilson.
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