Bringing Adaptation to Ground in British Columbia
Keywords:adaptation, British Columbia, climate change, literature review, management actions
Natural resource practitioners are increasingly making decisions that consider future climates. This article examines the regional patterns of change in temperature and precipitation within British Columbia. Based on a review of the literature, regionally specific
tables are provided with examples of conservation-oriented adaptation actions to help
species and ecosystems adapt to future conditions.
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