Topic: Camille Parmesan

When climate change isn't the only answer

April 18, 2011
Professor Mike Singer

Biologist Mike Singer says climate scientists can sometimes go wrong when they try too hard to attribute local effects to global climate change.

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Think Globally, But Act Locally When Studying Plants, Animals, Global Warming, Researchers Advise

March 21, 2011

Global warming is clearly affecting plants and animals, but we should not try to tease apart the specific contribution of greenhouse gas driven climate change to extinctions or declines of species at local scales, biologists from The University of Texas at Austin advise.

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Look back at some of the stories that showed the university's impact in 2010

Dec. 20, 2010
Look back at some of the stories that showed the university's impact in 2010

Look back at some of the stories that showed the university's impact in 2010.

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Some species threatened by climate change could be moved to new ecosystems, says biologist

April 5, 2010

Camille Parmesan's new, big idea in conservation biology--the "assisted colonization" of species threatened by climate change--is a product, in roughly equal parts, of cynicism, experience and hope.

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In the Know

Dec. 14, 2009
In the Know

A weekly roundup of campus kudos and press mentions.

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