Urban biodiversity and climate change

Puppim de Oliveira, José A., Doll, Christopher N.H., Moreno-Peñaranda, Raquel and Balaban, Osman, (2014). Urban biodiversity and climate change. Global Environmental Change, 1 461-468

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    Author Puppim de Oliveira, José A.
    Doll, Christopher N.H.
    Moreno-Peñaranda, Raquel
    Balaban, Osman
    Title Urban biodiversity and climate change
    Appearing in Global Environmental Change
    Volume 1
    Publication Date 2014-07-11
    Place of Publication Dordrecht
    Publisher Springer Netherlands
    Start page 461
    End page 468
    Abstract Urban biodiversity refers to the variety and variability among living organisms found in a city and the ecological systems in which they occur. Overall, urban biodiversity responds to a combination of biogeographic and anthropogenic factors, with a strong influence of the latter. In a rapidly urbanizing world under the pressing threat of climate change, there is a growing interest in understanding how cities benefit from local biodiversity and how these benefits can be under threat due to climate change. This chapter addresses how the combined effects of climate change and urban factors affect urban biodiversity and the practical steps cities are taking to incorporate biodiversity issues in their development agendas.
    UNBIS Thesaurus WATER QUALITY
    URBAN PLANNING
    AIR POLLUTION
    Keyword Urban biodiversity
    Urban heat island effect
    Invasive species
    Ecosystem services
    Green networks
    Habitat connectivity
    Copyright Holder Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht
    Copyright Year 2014
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789400757837
    DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-5784-4_21
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