Future directions to manage wildlife health in a changing climate
In September 2019 The Economist wrote an obituary to Okjökull, a glacier in western Iceland that was declared “dead” in 2014, a victim of climate change. Although a few wildlife species have already incurred such a fate (e.g., the Bramble Cay melomys [Melomys rubicola]) (Fulton 2017), many more are on the path to climate-driven extinction (Andermann et al. 2020; Ceballos et al. 2015; He et al. 2019; Roman-Palacios and Wiens 2020; Sanchez-Bayo and Wyckhuys 2019; WWF 2020).
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Future directions to manage wildlife health in a changing climate|
|Contributing office(s)||National Wildlife Health Center, Office of the AD Ecosystems, Western Ecological Research Center, Pacific Islands Ecosys Research Center, Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center|
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