Beyond Season's End: A Path Forward for Fish and Wildlife in the Era of Climate Change

Seasons End: Global Warming's Threat to Hunting and Fishing (see separate entry)  described the impacts of climate change to coldwater fisheries, big game, upland birds, and waterfowl. A year later, this book, Beyond Seasons' End, was released to explain what can be done to protect fish and wildlife populations and sporting traditions under changing climate conditions. It presents ideas from fish and wildlife professionals about actions that the human community can take to assist the wild community adapting to climate change.

The book is organized intot he following chapters: waterfowl, cold water fish, warm water fish, big game, upland birds, and salt water fish. Each chapter provides an overview of climate impacts, suggested projects (adaptation solutions), and case studies.

Publication Date: 2009

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  • August 26, 2019
    Eric Conrad, author at Self-employed

    An excellent source for the impacts of climate change on America\'s wildlife and what can be done.