Climate Change Biology

Human activities are the primary cause of climate change - a phenomenon that affects the entire world we inhabit - from ecosystems to agriculture to our own habitats. Many of the strategies we and other species use to survive are underpinned by our biological ability to do so. This these explores the biology of climate change: how it affects the world around us and how nature adapts to it.

Climate Change and Biogeochemical Impacts
Scott C Doney, David Schimel
Published online: January 2015
Plant Stress Physiology
Nicholas Smirnoff
Published online: October 2014
Global Carbon Cycle
Christopher L Sabine
Published online: August 2014
Conservation of Plants
Martin Hermy, Olivier Honnay, Hans Jacquemyn, Rein Brys
Published online: August 2014
Ecology of Water Relations in Plants
Yoseph Negusse Araya, Gonzalo Garcia‐Baquero
Published online: August 2014
Climate Change Impacts: Insects
Erik E Stange, Matthew P Ayres
Published online: November 2010
Evolutionary Responses to Climate Change
David K Skelly, L Kealoha Freidenburg
Published online: September 2010
Climate Change Impacts: Vegetation
Martin T Sykes
Published online: September 2009
Biological Impacts of Climate Change
John P McCarty, L LaReesa Wolfenbarger, James A Wilson
Published online: March 2017
Climate Change Impacts: Birds
Barbara M Tomotani, Jip JC Ramakers, Phillip Gienapp
Published online: November 2016
Plant Responses to Elevated CO2
Jinyoung Y Barnaby, Lewis H Ziska
Published online: July 2012
Temperature Stress in Plants
Hiroomi Kai, Koh Iba
Published online: April 2014
Water Use Efficiency of Cultivated Crops
Nader Katerji, Marcello Mastrorilli
Published online: April 2014