July 23, 2015
No one likes the idea of wildlife being trapped between a rock and a hard place, but new research is showing that this may be the situation faced by bumblebees in warming temperatures. A study published recently in the journal Science  has drawn attention to the negative impacts of climate change [...]
Biodiversity monitoring is essential to support climate change adaptation. This report describes a variety of ways that the ABMI's data can be used to detect the impacts of climate change on biodiversity and gaps that could be addressed to improve monitoring to support climate change adaptation.view pdf
June 24, 2015
A comprehensive overview of the Biodiversity Management and Climate Change Adaptation project, including highlights of research outcomes and key conclusions.visit link
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.