Future battlegrounds for conservation under global change.

@article{Lee2008FutureBF,
  title={Future battlegrounds for conservation under global change.},
  author={Tien Ming Lee and Walter Jetz},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={275 1640},
  pages={1261-70}
}
Global biodiversity is under significant threat from the combined effects of human-induced climate and land-use change. Covering 12% of the Earth's terrestrial surface, protected areas are crucial for conserving biodiversity and supporting ecological processes beneficial to human well-being, but their selection and design are usually uninformed about future global change. Here, we quantify the exposure of the global reserve network to projected climate and land-use change according to the… CONTINUE READING
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