The humidity climate increases the body of the moon and mountain peaks. Recently conducted Finnish research on bird population changes shows that protected areas in the north are limited to species.
Climate warming, winds of today's climatic conditions move north and force the species to climate. At the same time, environmental transformation by humans causes problems. The species are adapted to great difficulties simultaneously to reduce their habitat quality and climate change.
The study revealed changes in the number of birds and conservation areas within five decades. According to researchers, the fields of conservation are good habitats for many species. These territories are based on the northern bird species in the southern part of distribution, and the spread of the southern bird species on the northern territories of the new territory.
"The areas of the Finnish conservation are mainly of old growth forests and torpures that prevent northern climate change from affecting the climatic changes that result in special concerns, these species are also in danger of deterioration of habitat forests and caterpillars," explains Peter Leikon, Researcher Uma in hinsinkis University History Museum of Finland.
Northern birds live in warm climate and dispersal barriers, as their spread is an arbitrary octane and scandinavian mountain. When the species does not manage to the north, their risk of extinction increases. Protected Areas are safe for shelters for such northern birds, with the number of which remain relatively high.
Steps to redistribute southern varieties
Conservative territories also helped to move some of the south-eastern lands in the north. A number of southern species depending on their main areas of conservation zones, such as red breast bracket and less spotted hardness, are much more developed than in the north. Conservation areas for these species are types of stapling stones, which allow climate change in their pre-inconsistent regions.
"This observation emphasizes the significance of geographical, continuous and comprehensive networking of conservation, and at the same time it is a challenge to planning conservation. In the creation of future conservation territories in Georgia, attention must be paid to those species that are now only in the South-West," said Peter Leikon.
Protected Areas will reduce the results of climate change
Climate change and deterioration of habitats are the main reasons for biodiversity reduction. The results of the study indicate that the protected areas mean loss of biodiversity due to climate change.
"The reduction of damages caused by climate change, the conservation spheres will give us the reasons and results of climate change in the grace period, which enables us to enhance the number of conservation areas, which is also the goal of international protection by 17% of all land plots", – stressed Aleksey Leikonen, an academic researcher in Luhomi.
Conservation areas can mitigate climate change because old forests and sediments are in their natural condition as carbon sinks.
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