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New study: climate change disrupts natural relationships between species (BTO) (1 Viewer)

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Latest update from the BTO: New study: climate change disrupts natural relationships between species


A report published in March found that climate change is altering species’ distributions and populations. However, what is less clear is how and why. Latest research led by the BTO shows that the main driver of change might actually occur through altered interactions between species, rather than direct responses to climate. This study highlights a need to consider the often complex ecological relationships between species when assessing the impacts of climate change on wildlife.




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