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Audibleecoscience is a database of podcasts on subjects related to global change biology. It is designed as a resource for the general public and for educators looking to assign "required listening" to their students. Reviews of each podcast and links to the original source have been provided by students taking the IB107 class at the University of Illinois. The database is fully text searchable or you can browse on your favorite subject...
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Grasslands and flowers

Unnatural disaster for Australia

Media Source: CSIRO
Program Name: CSIROpod
Show Name: Unnatural disaster for Australia
Broadcast Year: 2012
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A new CSIRO report on the National Reserve System shows that even as soon as 2030 climate change will have had a significant impact on biodiversity. Lead author for the report titled the "Implications of climate change for biodiversity conservation and the National Reserve System", is CSIRO's Dr Michael Dunlop. It’s expected that many environments will completely disappear or be replaced by ones that are not found currently on the continent at all. Dunlop goes on to discuss who will benefit overall, native or alien species, and Dunlop states it depends, some will benefit and some will have a harder time adapting.  

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