An in-depth System for Assessing Vulnerability of Species modeling effort that looks at two dozen threatened and endangered species and how they may be affected by a changing climate. The authors provide a numerical scale of risk based on possible changes in habitat, physiology, phenology, and interactions across a scale of uncertainties. Results and discussion of the most critical factor for each species are presented.
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(9) (PDF) Vulnerability of Species to Climate Change in the Southwest: Threatened, Endangered, and At-Risk Species at the Barry M. Goldwater Range, Arizona. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257811885_Vulnerability_of_Species_to_Climate_Change_in_the_Southwest_Threatened_Endangered_and_At-Risk_Species_at_the_Barry_M_Goldwater_Range_Arizona [accessed May 16 2023].