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Rapid Climate Change and Species — Ian Colin Prentice / Serious Science



Professor of Biosphere and Climate Impacts Iain Colin Prentice on the history of climate changes, the ways of dealing with changes in climate, and the role of overhunting in extinction of mammalian species.

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‘People are often surprised when I tell them how many species we know about, how many plant species went extinct at the end of the last ice age. So, the total is one. Plants apparently were very well able to cope.’

Iain Colin Prentice, Ph.D. in Botany, Cambridge University, AXA Professor of Biosphere and Climate Impacts, Imperial College London

Climate Change and Human Impact: http://serious-science.org/climate-change-and-human-impact-9505
Evolutionary Optimality and Plants: http://serious-science.org/evolutionary_optimality_and_plants-8488

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