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Some guidelines for helping natural resources adapt to climate changeAuthor(s): Jill S. Baron; Susan Herrod Julius; Jordan M. West; Linda A. Joyce; Geoffrey Blate; Charles H. Peterson; Margaret Palmer; Brian D. Keller; Peter Kareiva; J. Michael Scott; Brad Griffith
Source: IHDP Update. 2: 46-52.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe changes occurring in mountain regions are an epitome of climate change. The dramatic shrinkage of major glaciers over the past century - and especially in the last 30 years - is one of several iconic images that have come to symbolize climate change.
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CitationBaron, Jill S.; Julius, Susan Herrod; West, Jordan M.; Joyce, Linda A.; Blate, Geoffrey; Peterson, Charles H.; Palmer, Margaret; Keller, Brian D.; Kareiva, Peter; Scott, J. Michael; Griffith, Brad 2008. Some guidelines for helping natural resources adapt to climate change. IHDP Update. 2: 46-52.
Keywordsnatural resources, climate change
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