Beyond climate change attribution in conservation and ecological research.

  title={Beyond climate change attribution in conservation and ecological research.},
  author={Camille Parmesan and Michael T. Burrows and Carlos M. B. Duarte and Elvira S. Poloczanska and Anthony J. Richardson and David S. Schoeman and Michael C. Singer},
  journal={Ecology letters},
  volume={16 Suppl 1},
There is increasing pressure from policymakers for ecologists to generate more detailed 'attribution' analyses aimed at quantitatively estimating relative contributions of different driving forces, including anthropogenic climate change (ACC), to observed biological changes. Here, we argue that this approach is not productive for ecological studies. Global meta-analyses of diverse species, regions and ecosystems have already given us 'very high confidence' [sensu Intergovernmental Panel on… CONTINUE READING
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