Published on November 12, 2012
Climate change is threatening global ecosystems through its impact on the survival of individual species and their ecological functions
The need for decision-support tools for a changing climate: application to inland fisheries management
Published on October 31, 2012
Harvest management of lake whitefish provides an excellent case study to examine the need, value and utility for a decision-support tool for inland fisheries management when considering the effects of climate change.
Published on September 20, 2011
The impacts of climate change vary greatly from place to place, and the vulnerability to those impacts differs across human groups and across other species, even in a single location.
Published on July 8, 2011
Climate change is often the subject of scathing headlines and vicious debates, and is unquestionably a highly politicized topic
The Influence of Changing Climate on the Ecology and Management of Selected Laurentian Great Lakes Fisheries
Published on October 11, 2010
This review describes the physical and biological mechanisms by which fish populations will be affected by changes in timing and duration of ice cover.
“Are we building back better?” the answer is: not yet. Early findings suggest that global green spending is incommensurate with the scale of ongoing environmental crises and that associated economic and social gains are not being fully captured.