Climate Changes, Shifting Ranges: A New Visitor Publication Released by the National Park Service in Florida

 

What could the impending realities of climate change mean for threatened
and endangered species in south Florida? Over the past several years, partners
from the University of Florida, US Geological Survey, US Fish and Wildlife
Service, and the National Park Service have used models to explore that very
question. 
 
 
Using long-term temperature and precipitation data and global 2060 projections,
researchers developed a suite of climate envelope models for imperiled species.
A visitor publication was recently released to discuss the findings of this
work, which can be accessed at the link below. Hard copies can be obtained by
contacting Larry Perez via email: larry_perez@nps.gov

Climate Changes, Shifting Ranges

National Park Service

November 2014

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