10 Jan '12, 2pm

Songbirds as a Casualty of Warming

As the United States experiences a snow shortage, researchers have released a study showing that declining snowfall in the mountainous regions of Arizona are causing a cascading series of effects that are proving devastating to songbirds . United States Geological Survey A red-faced warbler on its nest in Coconino National Forest in Arizona. In recent years, scientists have become increasingly intent on understanding how the warming of the earth will affect wildlife populations. A lot of attention has been paid to how climate change has spawned deadly mismatches between animal and plant life cycles. For example, warming temperatures may cause certain plants to bloom earlier than they have historically, whereas some animals may migrate in response to changing light rather than changes in temperature. But a joint study by researchers at the United States Geological Survey an...

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Songbirds as a Casualty of Warming

green.blogs.nytimes.com 10 Jan '12, 2pm

As the United States experiences a snow shortage, researchers have released a study showing that declining snowfall in the...

Green Blog: Songbirds as a Casualty of Warming

green.blogs.nytimes.com 10 Jan '12, 2pm

As the United States experiences a snow shortage, researchers have released a study showing that declining snowfall in the...

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