Climate Change Biology, 1st Edition

 
Climate Change Biology, 1st Edition,Lee Hannah,ISBN9780123741820
 
 
 

  

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9780123741820

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Key Features

* The only advanced student text on the biological aspects of climate change

* Examines recent and deep past climate change effects to better understand the impacts of recent human-induced changes

* Discusses the conservation and other ecological implications of climate change in detail

* Presents recipes for coping with accelerating climate change in the future

* Includes extensive illustrations with maps diagrams and color photographs

Description

Climate Change Biology is a new textbook which examines this emerging discipline of human-induced climate change and the resulting shifts in the distributions of species and the timing of biological events. The text focuses on understanding the impacts of human-induced climate change, but draws on multiple lines of evidence, including paleoecology, modelling and current observation. Climate Change Biology lays out the scope and depth of understanding of this new discipline in terms that are accessible to students, managers and professional biologists.

Readership

Advanced under- and postgraduate students in ecology, environment, conservation and resource management taking courses related to the causes and biological effects of climate change

Lee Hannah

Affiliations and Expertise

Conservation International and the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, UCSB

Climate Change Biology, 1st Edition

SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION; The changing climate around us.; What is climate change?; The role of climate in ecology and biogeography.


SECTION 2 LESSONS FROM THE PAST; Extinctions and other effects in deep time; Terrestrial plant and animal responses; Marine species and ecosystem changes; Freshwater species and ecosystem changes

SECTION 3 THE IMPACTS OF HUMAN INDUCED CLIMATE CHANGE; Changes in species? ranges; Changes in timing and process: phenology; Ecosystem impacts

SECTION 4 LOOKING TO THE FUTURE; Models of climate and species response; Simulating ecosystem response: dynamic vegetation models; Predictions based on ecological theory; Estimating extinction risk from climate change

SECTION 5 IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION; Protected areas and connectivity; Marine protected areas; Conservation in farmlands and ranchlands

SECTION 6 FINDING SOLUTIONS: INTERNATIONAL POLICY AND ACTION; Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sinks and solutions; Land use and biodiversity implications of energy options; Conclusion: Biodiversity in a greenhouse or a cool planet?

Quotes and reviews

"There is also an e-book version (Kindle) available, which will be welcome for students who have embraced portable readers such as iPads and tablet PCs… [T]he volume is otherwise beautifully presented, with numerous color diagrams and photographs of topical species, and is sure to draw out a real excitement in students and an enthusiasm to dig into the primary literature."--Quarterly Review of Biology

 
 
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