Species loss, climate change linked

United Press International: Species loss and reduced biodiversity make nature more sensitive to climate change, Swedish researchers say. This is especially true for species that sustain important functions such as water purification and crop pollination in a changing environment, they said. Scientists at the University of Gothenberg say high biodiversity acts as an insurance policy as it increases the likelihood at least some species will be sufficiently resilient to sustain those important functions. Experiments with......

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