Predicting Novel Riparian Ecosystems in a Changing Climate

@article{Catford2012PredictingNR,
  title={Predicting Novel Riparian Ecosystems in a Changing Climate},
  author={Jane A. Catford and Robert J. Naiman and Lynda Chambers and Jeana N. Roberts and M. Douglas and Peter R.T. Davies},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={382-400}
}
Rapid changes in global climate are likely to alter species assemblages and environmental characteristics resulting in novel ecosystems. The ability to predict characteristics of future ecosystems is crucial for environmental planning and the development of effective climate change adaptation strategies. This paper presents an approach for envisioning novel ecosystems in future climates. Focusing on riparian ecosystems, we use qualitative process models to predict likely abiotic and biotic… CONTINUE READING
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