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Forestry, ecosystems, and wildlife: The differences are in the detailsAuthor(s): Linda Joyce
Source: In: Ozzello, Lori, ed. Citizens' Guide to Colorado Climate Change. Denver, CO: Colorado Foundation for Water Education. p. 36-38.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionClimate affects all terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in Colorado, and over the long term, plants and animals adapt. In the short term, fires, increased attacks by insects and invasive plant species, and higher temperatures are changing familiar landscapes.
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CitationJoyce, Linda. 2008. Forestry, ecosystems, and wildlife: The differences are in the details. In: Ozzello, Lori, ed. Citizens'' Guide to Colorado Climate Change. Denver, CO: Colorado Foundation for Water Education. p. 36-38.
Keywordsclimate change, terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, plant phenology, animal breeding, nesting behaviors and hibernation, geographic distribution
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