Modeling the effects of climate change on the distribution of suitable habitat for species of conservation concern

Dan Warren, Ph.D.

University of Texas at Austin

Climate change affects the suitability of habitat for species, but understanding the nature of that change requires that we estimate species' environmental tolerances.  In this talk, I will provide a general introduction to methods for estimating species' tolerances and requirements from distributional data, and demonstrate how those estimates can be applied to empirical conservation questions.

January 11, 2012

Mesa Laboratory, Chapman Room

Lecture 1:30pm

Will this event be webcast to the public by NCAR|UCAR?: 
No
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January 11, 2012