What you need to know about climate change and ecosystem services
Posted March 21, 2018 09:21:13I’m a PhD student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Exeter, and I’ve been writing about the impacts of climate change for more than two decades.
In that time, I’ve worked with ecologists, biologists, and ecologists of all stripes, from the small-scale to the large-scale, to understand the interplay between climate change, species, and ecosystem systems.
My dissertation focuses on the evolution of the global distribution and distribution system of vertebrates.
It’s a really exciting topic, and one that I think is very under-studied.
And so my thesis aims to highlight some of the key issues facing ecology in a way that is accessible to all people, regardless of their particular expertise.
The main thing I find interesting is how different species can and do co-evolve with each other.
I think it’s important to be aware of this and to be able to explain why species co-exist, and how it works.
For example, we know that some species of birds have very complex social structures, with birds having different groups and subgroups, different roles, and different social hierarchies, and so on.
And we also know that many birds are not very successful at building complex social groups.
In other words, we are often looking at these birds and seeing that they are able to successfully co-locate and work together, but they are not really able to co-exchange their resources or their territories.
So what do we do when we find this?
We can look at a species and see that they have been around for millions of years and that they’ve evolved from an ancestral species, so they are very similar to us.
They can easily be introduced to our species.
So it’s really easy to introduce a species, but how do we know what they will do?
We’re not really looking for species, we’re looking for the evolution, and it’s that evolutionary process that we have to look at in order to predict what a species will evolve in the future.
One of the main things we look for is the amount of complexity of its social structure.
This is really hard to find in birds, because birds can live in complex groups, but when we have a bird, we can’t see the social structures in the bird, and they are really complex animals.
It really is not that we are seeing this in birds at all.
But what we can do is look at the social structure in a bird and compare it to a human species, where we have more visual clues.
The species we want to study are some of those birds that are really hardier than the species we’re studying, such as parrots and macaws.
But these are also very different animals, and we can observe a lot more complexity in a parrot than in a human, for example.
So this is really a really important point for ecologists because it’s a key factor for how we can predict how these birds will evolve, and when.
And it’s also something we can look for in other animals, such an animal like an octopus, which can live with multiple social groups, as opposed to one.
And then we can compare this with the ecological data we have, which we have on our global biodiversity.
It turns out that the birds that we’re interested in are much more complex, and that the ecological information we have from our species can help us predict the evolutionary paths of other species.
The same thing is true in terms of the number of species that have been studied.
In my own work I’ve looked at the species that are most endangered or extinct, and what the number is, so that we can work out how much more difficult the species are to study.
We can also see the relationships between species, which helps us understand the species dynamics in general.
We know that, as you can see, there are two main areas in which ecologists can work with data.
One is the field, which is the study of species in nature and in the wild, and the other is the lab, where they are looking at the evolution in the lab.
We use a combination of data from fieldwork, laboratory work, and fieldwork data, to find species that could be useful to us in our research.
We do fieldwork in a lot of different ways.
One of the great things about this is that we don’t have to wait for data to be collected to find out what the birds are eating, what they are doing on the land, what the water is like, and all the other information that we need.
It is much easier to do this in the laboratory, where all the data can be analysed and compared.
For instance, we have found that some birds are able and willing to eat insects from the ground, and some birds even feed on fish, which are found in the ocean.
So, in the field we find that