Cold-blooded climate change surprise

Marine and terrestrial species will likely differ in their responses to climate warming, new research by Simon Fraser University and Australia's University of Tasmania has found. Source: Simon Fraser University - Discipline: Marine Biology

Cold-blooded climate change surprise

Climate change may have a more unpredictable effect on the distribution of cold-blooded animals than previously thought.

Sun 27 May 12 from ABC Science

Land and sea species differ in climate change response: study

(Phys.org) -- Marine and terrestrial species will likely differ in their responses to climate warming, new research by Simon Fraser University and Australia’s University of Tasmania has ...

Sun 27 May 12 from Phys.org

Land and sea species differ in climate change response

Marine and terrestrial species will likely differ in their responses to climate warming, new research by Simon Fraser University and Australia's University of Tasmania has found. Source: ...

Tue 29 May 12 from Labspaces.net

Land and sea species differ in climate change response, Tue 29 May 12 from ScienceDaily

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