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Potential impacts of climate change on birds and trees of the eastern United States: newest climate scenarios and species abundance modelling techniques

Year:

2007

Publication type:

Other

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Source:

In: Bunce, R.G.H.; Jongman, R.H.G.; Hojas, L.; Weel, S., eds. 25 years of landscape ecology: scientific principles in practice, proceedings of the 7th IALE World Congress- part 2; 2007 July 8-12; Wageningen, The Netherlands. IALE publication series 4. [Place of publication unknown]: IALE: 925-926.

Description

Climate change is affecting an increasing number of species the world over, and evidence is mounting that these changes will continue to accelerate. There have been many studies that use a modelling approach to predict the effects of future climatic change on ecological systems, including by us (Iverson et al. 1999, Matthews et al. 2004); this modelling approach uses a new tool for evaluating multiple species of trees and birds.

Citation

Iverson, L.R.; Prasad, A.M.; Matthews, S.N.; Peters, M.P. 2007. Potential impacts of climate change on birds and trees of the eastern United States: newest climate scenarios and species abundance modelling techniques. In: Bunce, R.G.H.; Jongman, R.H.G.; Hojas, L.; Weel, S., eds. 25 years of landscape ecology: scientific principles in practice, proceedings of the 7th IALE World Congress- part 2; 2007 July 8-12; Wageningen, The Netherlands. IALE publication series 4. [Place of publication unknown]: IALE: 925-926.

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