Biodiversity in a Changing Climate: Assessing Uncertainties

Jul 22nd, 2005 - Jul 24th, 2005

This workshop discussed ways to integrate climate and ecosystem models at a community scale. The focus was on creating an enhanced ability to consider climate change and its impacts on various sectors of the biosphere, all the way down to the specific levels of species populations and habitat.

keywords: biodiversity, climate & climate change, ecosystems, bioclimatic models

Biodiversity in a Changing Climate: Assessing Uncertainties group photo
Science Session

Biodiversity and Climate Change

Presented By Camille Parmesan
Date July 23, 2005


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Day 1July 22, 2005

11:00 am Discussion


Camille Parmesan

University of Texas at Austin
starEvent Co-Chair


Applied Biomathematics
Senior Scientist
Oxford University
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Climate Communication
Climate Science Writer
Oregon State University
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
Senior Scientist
Center for Biodiversity and Conservation American Museum of Natural History
Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Texas at Austin
Brown University
University of Kansas
Senior Scientist
Wesleyan University

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