Reserve design under climate change: from land facets back to ecosystem representation
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Schneider, R.R. and E.M. Bayne | May 15, 2015

Ferruginous Hawk Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Alberta
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Shank C.C. and E.M. Bayne | March 31, 2015

The Alberta Ferruginous Hawk population has declined dramatically since the 1990s, and climate change has been identified as a factor that could hamper this species’ recovery. This report  summarizes the potential effects of climate change on Ferruginous Hawks and explores the adaptive responses that could be used to help this  species persist in a changing climate.


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