|2011-06-06 00:26:14||Coping With Climate Change: Can We Predict Which Species Will Be Able to Move Far or Fast Enough to Adapt?|
ScienceDaily (June 4, 2011) — As global temperatures rise, suitable sites for many plants and animals are shifting to cooler and higher ground. Can we predict which species will be able to move far or fast enough to keep up? A new study says the secrets to success in the face of a warming world are still elusive.
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