RESTON, Va. — The USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers… Read More »
On behalf of the Great Plains LCC and in partnership with the South Central Climate Science Center, the Wildlife Management… Read More »
The South Center Climate Science Center, located on the University of Oklahoma’s Research Campus, is the recipient of the Read More »
Ecological models projecting shifts in species distributions with climate change are starting to incorporate animal movement, but they assume that these movements will not be altered by climate change. Dr. Julia Earl, a postdoctoral researcher at Oklahoma State University, is testing this assumption by looking at the relationship between long distance movement characteristics and temperature.Read Full Article »
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