Scientists warn against Overstretching Attribution in Nature Climate Change

thumbnail photo of a bright yellow butterfly with blue and black patterned wings in front of an orange flowerResearchers advise thinking globally, acting locally when studying plants, animals & global warming

Overstretching Attribution
C. Parmesan, C. Duarte, E. Poloczanska, A.J. Richarson, M.C. Singer
Nature Climate Change (20 Mar 2011)

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The Times of India: Deal locally with climate change impact (Mar 21, 2011)
Thaindian News (Thailand): Deal locally with climate change impact (Mar 21, 2011)
ECOS Magazine (Australia): Climate adaptation: think globally, act locally (May 4, 2011)
San Antonio Express News: Deal locally with climate change impact (Mar 21, 2011)

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Posted on March 21, 2011