Climate Change Water Variability Hurts Salamander Populations
Monday, 9 September 2019 ()
New research from the University of Montana suggests that streamflow variability brought on by climate change will negatively affect the survival of salamanders.
UM biology Professor Winsor Lowe and his partners studied spring salamanders living in five New Hampshire streams. Like many streams around the globe, these waterways...
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