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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Wisconsin Wildlife and Climate Change - Ep. 312

  • Aired: 05/14/2009
  • 54:57
  • Rating: TV-G
Karl Martin, Section Chief, Wildlife and Forestry Research, Wisconsin DNR Michael Meyer, Research Scientist, Wisconsin DNR Karl Martin and Michael Meyer speak about how Wisconsin's wildlife have responded to the climate changes over the second half of the century. They also give projections on what to expect over the next hundred years in relation to climate changes and the wildlife responses.
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Martin and Meyer discuss how Wisconsin wildlife react to climate changes.
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