Fluctuating Climate May Impede Fleeing Animals

LiveScience: Climate change is expected to send many species on one-way migrations in search of new homes as their old ranges become inhospitable. Whether or not they can survive this century depends a great deal on what happens along the route, a new study has shown. Scientists looked at 15 species of amphibians in the western United States, which they estimated travel about 15 miles (24 kilometers) per decade, following suitable habitat. Using computer modeling, they found that the fickle nature of climate......

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