December 16, 2014
It’s the Goldilocks principle. All species, including plants, animals, and fungi, are uniquely adapted to a specific combination of climate and environmental conditions that they need to grow, reproduce and thrive – things need to be “just right”. If the environment changes, species have two [...]
June 10, 2014
Vulnerability assessments of 173 Alberta species to climate change. view pdf
March 31, 2014
Alberta's Burrowing Owls are facing increased development pressures and a changing climate. This report highlights adaptation strategies that could support this species in changing climate conditions and a projected increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events. view pdf
Predicting the effects of climate change on Alberta’s species and ecosystems.
Identifying relationships between today’s climate and Alberta’s biodiversity and testing tools that could mitigate climate change vulnerabilities.
Exploring ways to incorporate new knowledge about climate change impacts on biodiversity into planning and decision-making.