Published 2010-06-14 by Science for Peace in Climate change articles
The Arctic Biodiversity Trends 2010 Report lists a multiplicity of climate change impacts on Arctic habitat and, consequently, on flora and fauna. For example: A predicted northward shift of tree line by 2100 would result in “loss of 51% of tundra habitat”.
Source: Science Daily / International Polar Year – Oslo Science Conference
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