Climate Change Ecology

Long-term changes in the distribution of British moths consistent with opposing and synergistic effects of climate and land use change

A framework for assessing threats and benefits to species responding to climate change

Climate Change Ecology

Biological records represent an essential resource to document and understand the impacts of climate change on biodiversity. High quality data has enabled the UK to be at the forefront of climate change research. Internationally important publications have also been produced directly from the data provided by volunteer schemes and societies.  Current projects using biological recording data include assessing the risks and opportunities faced by individual species during climatic changes and identifying refugia which may help promote the persistence of species.


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