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Biology & Life Sciences

Ecological Impacts of Climate Change

Curated Collections

The ecological impacts of climate change are broad and diverse, altering species' range limits, plant phenology and growth, carbon and nutrient cycling, as well as biodiversity and extinction risk. Over the past year, PLOS has published a wide range of research on the ecological impacts of climate change. The breadth of topics includes everything from impacts of climate change on the immune competency of marine mammals to the global distribution of mosquito borne-diseases and their hosts. This collection also includes some recent research modeling and analyzing the global ecological impacts of climate change as well as the synthesis of datasets from literature in two new systematic reviews. PLOS journals recognize the importance in publishing and highlighting climate change research, and we thank our authors for their significant contributions to this field.

Image Credit: (Clockwise from top): William Warby. Flickr.com. Thomas Vignaud. PLOS Biology. 2011. 9(4). Colombi et al. PLOS ONE. 2013. Soto-Azat et al. PLOS ONE. 2013.

Large-scale Vulnerability Assessments
Pests and Disturbance
Soils in a Warming World
Climate Impacts: Plants
Climate Impacts: Oceans
Climate Impacts: Animals
Ecosystems and Human Health
Learning from the Past
Management and Conservation
Interactions and Communities
2015-2016 Collection Update
Associated Collection Blogs
Collection Curator

This collection is curated by PLOS ONE Section Editor, Dr. Ben Bond-Lamberty and the PLOS Ecology Community Editors

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