BioOne VISTA

November 2022 | Climate Change

BioOne Complete’s 200+ publications share critical field research from diverse natural environments worldwide, including mountains, oceans, jungles, forests, and grasslands. Through these direct observations, we are witnessing the impact of climate change on plants, animals, and humans alike.

In honor of the 27th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27), we invite you to explore a selection of research relating to the impacts of climate change and global warming. This month’s edition of BioOne VISTA complements each original research article with a plain language summary from the Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative. These summaries make critical BioOne Complete research more accessible to a wide audience, including policy makers, students, the general public, and researchers in complementary fields.

We are proud to present this expanded edition of BioOne VISTA, which highlights articles from 29 of our partner publications, including the Journal of Resources and Ecology, Mammal Study, Mountain Research and Development, Natural Areas Journal, Northwest Science, and more.

Iceburg floating on a dark ocean with a pink to purple sky.

Laptop open to a Zoom call with a coffee cup
Photo by Chris Montgomery on Unsplash
Farming machinery harvesting grain with a orange sky behind
Photo by Robert Wiedemann on Unsplash

Honeybee on a sunflowerPhoto by Alexas_Fotos on Unsplash

View of Nainital, Uttarakhand, India
Photo by Shivansh Singh on Unsplash

roasted coffee beans in an open brown burlap bagPhoto by Tina Guina on Unsplash

Fish and coral
Photo by yang wewe on Unsplash

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