Climate Change Threatens Heat-Intolerant Species

Voice of America: Scientists are exploring the earth's ancient past for clues to how species today might respond to a warming climate and a landscape that's breaking apart. Results of the new study suggest many species will be lost as conditions worsen - and the species which will disappear first are those that are intolerant of northern heat. University of Michigan ecologist Johannes Foufopoulos looked at conditions in Greece 15,000 years ago at the end of the last Ice Age, when scores of islands formed. "They......

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