Analysis of 50 years of UK data shows woodlands offer no protection, and species are emerging up to a month earlier
Insects have “no place to hide” from climate change, scientists have warned, following an analysis of 50 years of UK data.
The study showed that woodlands, whose shade was expected to protect species from warming temperatures, are being just as affected by climate change as open grasslands.
Original Title: Insects have ‘no place to hide’ from climate change, study warns
Full Text of the Original Article: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/apr/01/insects-have-no-place-to-hide-from-climate-change-study-warns