Climate change vulnerability assessments (CCVAs) are important tools to plan for and mitigate potential impacts of climate change. However, CCVAs often lack scientific rigor, which can ultimately lead to poor conservation prioritization and associated ecological and economic costs. We discuss the need to improve comparability and consistency of CCVAs and either validate their findings or improve assessment of CCVA uncertainty and sensitivity to methodological assumptions.
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Assessments of species' vulnerability to climate change: From pseudo to science|
|Series title||Biodiversity and Conservation|
|Publisher||Chapman & Hall|
|Contributing office(s)||Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center|
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