Climate Disruption and Biodiversity

@article{Pimm2009ClimateDA,
  title={Climate Disruption and Biodiversity},
  author={Stuart L Pimm},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={R595-R601}
}
'Global warming' may be a familiar term, but it is seriously misleading. Human actions are causing a massive disruption to the planet's climate that is severe, rapid, very variable over space and time, and highly complex. The biosphere itself is complex and its responses to even simple changes are difficult to predict in detail. One can likely only be certain that many changes will be unexpected and some unfortunate. Even the simple, slow warming of the climate will produce complex consequences… CONTINUE READING

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