FP7: Research on climate change in polar environments must include effects on biota of both polar regions
Di Prisco, Guido; Danis, Bruno; De Broyer, Claude; Dettai, Agnès; Ellis-Evans, Cynan; Huiske, Ad; Verde, Cinzia; Wilmotte, Annick. 2007 FP7: Research on climate change in polar environments must include effects on biota of both polar regions. In: Cardinal, D.; Lipiatou, E., (eds.) Polar environment and climate: the challenges. Conference proceedings, International symposium, Brussels, March 2007. European research in the context of the International Polar Year. Brussels, European Commission, 140-142. (Climate change and natural hazards, 11).Full text not available from this repository.
Polar biology is on the threshold of a revolution based on new technologies (e.g. genomics, proteomics), which will greatly enhance our knowledge of polar ecosystems and their biodiversity. The broad biological approach (e.g. physiology, ecology, molecular biology, biochemistry, phylogeny) allows researchers to monitor the impact of changes on polar species, on their adaptation and capacity to cope with ongoing climate changes and survive. In global terms, polar research is advancing at a fast pace, and the contribution by European biologists is very significant.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Programmes:||BAS Programmes > Other Special Projects|
|NORA Subject Terms:||Meteorology and Climatology
Ecology and Environment
|Date made live:||08 Mar 2011 10:09|
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