Saturday, June 17, 2006

Global Warming Is Spurring Evolution, Study Says by Richard A. Lovett

German birds are changing migration patterns. Canadian red squirrels are reproducing earlier in the year. Mosquitoes in Newfoundland remain active longer into August.

Traditionally, scientists have viewed such changes simply as behavior modifications in the face of a changing environment—in this case, global warming.


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