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    Author(s): D. M. FinchK. E. BagneM. M. Friggens; D. M. Smith; K. M. Brodhead
    Date: 2011
    Source: In: Feldman, Susana R.; Oliva, Gabriel E.; Sacido, Monica B., eds. IX International Rangeland Congress: Diverse Rangelands for a Sustainable Society; April 3-10, 2011; Rosario, Argentina. IRC2001 Congress. p. 68.
    Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    We evaluated existing literature on predicted and known climate change effects on terrestrial rangeland birds. We asked the following questions: 1) How does climate change affect birds? 2) How will birds respond to climate change? 3) Are species already responding? 4) How will habitats be impacted?

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    Citation

    Finch, D. M.; Bagne, K. E.; Friggens, M. M.; Smith, D. M.; Brodhead, K. M. 2011. A review of climate change effects on terrestrial rangeland birds. In: Feldman, Susana R.; Oliva, Gabriel E.; Sacido, Monica B., eds. IX International Rangeland Congress: Diverse Rangelands for a Sustainable Society; April 3-10, 2011; Rosario, Argentina. IRC2001 Congress. p. 68.

    Keywords

    birds, climate change, habitats, distributions, reproduction

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