U.S. funds research into climate change's effects on wildlife

03/31/2010 | United Press International

The U.S. Geological Survey is funding 17 projects around the country that aim to assess the impact of climate change on land- and sea-based wildlife. "Our future holds new climate conditions and new habitat responses, and managers need projections based on sound science to assess how our landscapes may change and to develop effective response strategies for species survival," said Susan Haseltine, USGS associate director for biology.

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