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      A globally coherent fingerprint of climate change impacts across natural systems

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          Ecological responses to recent climate change.

          There is now ample evidence of the ecological impacts of recent climate change, from polar terrestrial to tropical marine environments. The responses of both flora and fauna span an array of ecosystems and organizational hierarchies, from the species to the community levels. Despite continued uncertainty as to community and ecosystem trajectories under global change, our review exposes a coherent pattern of ecological change across systems. Although we are only at an early stage in the projected trends of global warming, ecological responses to recent climate change are already clearly visible.
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            Climate Extremes: Observations, Modeling, and Impacts

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              Reorganization of North Atlantic marine copepod biodiversity and climate.

              We provide evidence of large-scale changes in the biogeography of calanoid copepod crustaceans in the eastern North Atlantic Ocean and European shelf seas. We demonstrate that strong biogeographical shifts in all copepod assemblages have occurred with a northward extension of more than 10 degrees latitude of warm-water species associated with a decrease in the number of colder-water species. These biogeographical shifts are in agreement with recent changes in the spatial distribution and phenology detected for many taxonomic groups in terrestrial European ecosystems and are related to both the increasing trend in Northern Hemisphere temperature and the North Atlantic Oscillation.
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                Nature
                Nature
                Springer Nature
                0028-0836
                January 2 2003
                January 2 2003
                : 421
                : 6918
                : 37-42
                10.1038/nature01286
                12511946
                © 2003
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