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Climate Change and its Effect on Migratory Birds
Long term study to identify and assess changes in the spatial distribution, abundance, and demography of the Black-Throated Blue Warbler and other bird species that breed in temperate forests. From the Migratory Bird Center of the Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Washington D.C.
Global Warming: Early Warning Signs
Map illustrates fingerprints and harbingers including observed consequences as indicated by periods of unusually warm weather, coastal flooding, and changes in glaciers and polar regions.
Climate Change and Wildlife
An overview including brief details of the various responses, from changed habits to species decline, of marine and freshwater fish, insects and other invertebrates, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and birds.
Proposed Set of Climate Change State and Impact Indicators in Europe
The November 2002 technical report to the European Environmental Agency, by the European Topic Center for Air and Climate Change. Describes the main trends and their effects on ecosystems, human health, and socio-economic sectors. Includes background information and sources of data.
Polar Climate Stability Network
Information on research into climate change at high northern latitudes, the region of Earth that is expected to be most strongly affected by greenhouse gas induced global warming.
California farmers to get more water
Support pours in for man who avoided jail due to clerical error
Allotments increased from zero to 5 percent of what districts have requested.
Provocative study finds popular opinion has near-zero influence in D.C.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A Missouri man who avoided prison because of a clerical error and led a law-abiding life for 13 years said he is overwhelmed by the support he's received since the story of his incarceration became public.