Wildlife 2060: What's at stake in Florida?: August 2008. A 27 page report by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission discussing projected habitat loss and threats to coastal habitats.
Wildlife Society Online Bibliography: This is a searchable database of publications and resources related to climate change. Major categories of information include: Early (pre-2000), General, Birds, Drought, Fish, Health and Disease- Animals, Health and Disease-Humans, Hydrological Change, Invasive Species, Mammals, Reptiles and Amphibians, Wildfires, and Solutions.
Climate change in Australian tropical rainforests: an impending environmental catastrophe: 2003. This scientific article written by S. E. Williams, E.E. Bolitho and S. Fox suggests that tropic species are more prone to extinction from impacts of global warming than temperate species (Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 2003 270, 1887-1892. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2003.2464).
Global Warming, Elevational Range Shifts, and Lowland Biotic Attrition in the Wet Tropics: October 2008. This is a scientific article written by Colwell, R. K., G. Brehm, C. L. Cardelús, A. C. Gilman, and John T. Longino discussing the impacts of global warming on extinction rates (Science 10 October 2008: Vol. 322. no. 5899, pp. 258 - 261. DOI: 10.1126/science.1162547).
2003 PERSPECTIVES ECOLOGY: Biodiversity in a Warmer World: October 2008. This is a scientific article written by J-C. Svenning and R. Condit describing the impacts of global warming on biodiversity (Science. 10 October 2008: Vol. 322. no. 5899, pp 206. DOI: 10.1126/science.1164542).
A Road Map for Pier Research on Methods to Assess and Mitigate Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Birds and Bats in California (PDF): October 2008. This 106 page report prepared for the California Energy Commission summarizes the status of research on the impacts of wind energy development on birds and bats and recommends studies to improve methods for assessing and reducing these impacts in California. Chapter 3 is especially helpful in describing the scientific literature on the topic.
Notable Wind/Wildlife Events and Publications (PDF): This website from the National Wind Coordinating Collaborative maintains a publication list of recent meetings, scientific literature and proceedings that deal with wind turbine issues related to wildlife.
Rising to the Challenge Strategic Plan for Responding to Accelerating Climate Change: September 2009. This 32 page US Fish and Wildlife Service Strategic Plan’s primary purpose is to lay out the vision and direction for the Service in the context of climate change. These strategies are discussed focused on adaptation, mitigation, and engagement on the challenges and threats to fish and wildlife conservation posed by climate change.
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