Climate changes will endanger rare ecosystems, including a unique Scottish coast

2014 - 03 - 31

Temperature changes connected with global warming will also impact unique ecosystems all over the world. Even small temperature oscillations are often enough to cause their devastation. For example, coastal ecosystems in the north-west Scotland, as well as the polar bear population can experience destruction. Climatologists then warn the restoration of …

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Climate changes will endanger rare ecosystems, including a unique Scottish coast

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