Climate Change Influence on Species Range Shifts

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Climate change is having profound effects on ecosystems worldwide. Many plant and animal species will not survive the changing climate unless their distributions shift. We have numerous documented cases of species range shifts. However, not all species are moving. We do not have a systematic understanding of why some species have moved and others have not, and this is a key challenge for understanding climate impacts on biodiversity.

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Shinichi
Nakagawa

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Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Will
Cornwell

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Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Daniel
Falster

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Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences
s.nagakawa@unsw.edu.au

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