Climate Change and Biodiversity: Forecasts from the Past

Steven Jackson
Posted on: 2/22/2011 - Updated on: 3/12/2019

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Kate Graves

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Abstract

Part of the Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change Web Conference Series, this webinar explores the approaches most commonly implemented to model the large-scale response of amphibians and reptiles to climate change. Steven Jackson, professor of Botany and director of the Program in Ecology at the University of Wyoming, discusses what conclusions can be drawn from vulnerability assessments and what kinds of data are necessary to execute an assessment. Examples of a vulnerability assessment being conducted in the southeastern United States are used to demonstrate model outputs and applications.

Citation

Jackson, S. (2011). Climate change and biodiversity: Forecasts from the past [Webinar: Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change Web Conference Series CSP3902]. National Conservation Training Center.

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Sector Addressed
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy
Target Climate Changes and Impacts