Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of biodiversity in Wales


Show simple item record Walmsley, Clive 2011-07-20T15:17:45Z 2011-07-20T15:17:45Z 2011-04-27
dc.identifier.citation Walmsley, Clive; Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of biodiversity in Wales; C3W conference April 2011 en_UK
dc.description Presented at C3W climate change research review and workshop event on 27th April 2011, Aberystwyth University. en_UK
dc.description.sponsorship Countryside Council for Wales en_UK
dc.language.iso en en_UK
dc.rights Many future threats and opportunities facing UK biodiversity include: Frequency of extreme weather events; Increased risk of fire; Facilitation of non-native invasive species through climate change and invasional meltdown; Dramatic changes in freshwater flows; Increased demand for biofuel and biomass; Facilitate species range change in face of climate change; Sea-level rise resulting in loss of coastal/intertidal habitats; Reduction of coldwater continental shelf habitats; Significant increase in coastal and offshore power; Ocean acidification; Nature conservation policy and practice may not keep pace with environmental change; Geo-engineering to mitigate effects of climate change; en_UK
dc.title Vulnerability and adaptive capacity of biodiversity in Wales en_UK
dc.type Text en_UK
dc.type.publicationtype presentation en_UK

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