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Ecological Implications of Climate Change on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Climate change is generally not an easy or pleasant conversation piece. However, it is a conversation that we need to have, and a process we must continue to study. The articles in this issue of Yellowstone Science present a snapshot of our current knowledge and understanding of climate change in one ecosystem. Through better understanding, we may arrive at more informed decisions to help conserve and adapt to our changing environment.

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Date Of Record Release 2015-07-15 15:29:05
Description Climate change is generally not an easy or pleasant conversation piece. However, it is a conversation that we need to have, and a process we must continue to study. The articles in this issue of Yellowstone Science present a snapshot of our current knowledge and understanding of climate change in one ecosystem. Through better understanding, we may arrive at more informed decisions to help conserve and adapt to our changing environment.
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Keyword Climate Change, Yellowstone
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