Predicting the effects of marine climate change on the invertebrate prey of the birds of rocky shores.

@inproceedings{Kendall2004PredictingTE,
  title={Predicting the effects of marine climate change on the invertebrate prey of the birds of rocky shores.},
  author={Michael A. Kendall and Michael T. Burrows and Alan J. Southward and Stephen J. Hawkins},
  year={2004}
}
By the end of the 21st century models of climate change predict that the air temperature over most of the British Isles will increase by between 2 and 3 °C and sea-level will rise by 40–50 cm. Over that period it will become windier and mean wave height will increase, as will the frequency of storms. These changes in climate and weather will impact the intertidal zone of the UK and will cause distribution changes in many of the common invertebrate species that live there. Where these changes… CONTINUE READING

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