Predator-Prey Balance Affected by Climate Change

Predator-Prey Balance Affected by Climate Change

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“Rising temperatures and shifting precipitation patterns may get the lion’s share of our climate change attention, but predators may want to give some thought to wind, according to a zoologist’s study, which is among the first to demonstrate the way “global stilling” may alter predator-prey relationships.” – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Climate change: Dwindling wind may tip predator-prey balance, Science Daily, September 19, 2014 

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