Climate models critical to ESA listings
The listing of animals threatened by warming climate hinges on how far into the future models can predict future climate trends
There was a time, not too many years ago, when wildlife such as the Lower 48 bald eagle qualified for protection under the Endangered Species Act because a precipitous population decline had flagged the imminent possibility of extinction. But nowadays, with increasing concern about the Earth’s warm....
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