As the global climate changes, human well-being, ecosystem function, and even climate itself are increasingly impacted by the shifting geography of life. This is the conclusion of a review published this week in Science. The review is led by Associate Professor Gretta Pecl of the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies in Australia and co-authored by Hlif Linnetved and Finn Danielsen of NORDECO.
Pecl et al. 2017, Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being. Science.
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