Climate change, biodiversity conservation and protected area planning in Canada

@inproceedings{Lemieux2005ClimateCB,
  title={Climate change, biodiversity conservation and protected area planning in Canada},
  author={Christopher J. Lemieux and Daniel Scott},
  year={2005}
}
Introduction Recent reconstructions of global mean surface temperature from both 'proxy' (e.g., tree rings, ice cores and lake sediments) and modern (i.e., 1850-2000) instrumental temperature records indicate that global twentieth-century warming is unprecedented over the past two millennia (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] 2001a; Mann et al. 2003). Warming trends in Canada over the second half of the twentieth century have averaged approximately 1[degrees]C with regional… CONTINUE READING

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