Scientists look into Earth's "Deep Time" to predict future effects of climate change
Climate change alters the way in which species interact with one another--a reality that applies not just to today or to the future, but also to the past. "We found that, at all time scales, climate change can alter biotic interactions in very complex ways," said paleoecologist Jessica Blois of the University of California, Merced, the study's lead author. "If we don't incorporate this information when we're anticipating future changes, we're missing a big piece of the puzzle."
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