Future directions to manage wildlife health in a changing climate

EcoHealth
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Abstract

In September 2019 The Economist wrote an obituary to Okjökull, a glacier in western Iceland that was declared “dead” in 2014, a victim of climate change. Although a few wildlife species have already incurred such a fate (e.g., the Bramble Cay melomys [Melomys rubicola]) (Fulton 2017), many more are on the path to climate-driven extinction (Andermann et al. 2020; Ceballos et al. 2015; He et al. 2019; Roman-Palacios and Wiens 2020; Sanchez-Bayo and Wyckhuys 2019; WWF 2020).

Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Future directions to manage wildlife health in a changing climate
Series title EcoHealth
DOI 10.1007/s10393-022-01604-9
Edition Online First
Year Published 2022
Language English
Publisher Springer
Contributing office(s) National Wildlife Health Center, Office of the AD Ecosystems, Western Ecological Research Center, Pacific Islands Ecosys Research Center, Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
Description 6 p.
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