Global-scale Animal Ecology Reveals Behavioral Changes in Response to Climate Change

Global-scale Animal Ecology Reveals Behavioral Changes in Response to Climate Change

Using a new large-scale data archive of animal movement studies, an international team including University of Maryland biologists found that animals are responding in unexpected ways to climate change. The archive contains data from studies across the global Arctic and sub-Arctic, an enormous region that is experiencing some of the most dramatic effects of global warming, including animal declines.

November 6, 2020


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