Preserving biodiversity: adjustment strategies

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Climate change has become such a threat for many species that human intervention has become necessary to prevent them from becoming extinct. With this in mind, adjustment strategies are currently being established in order to assist some species in dealing with the many threats they are faced with. These threats come in all sorts of forms: pollution, invasive species, breaking up of habitats, urbanisation, over-exploitation, etc. The ultimate aim of these adjustment strategies is to preserve biodiversity in the face of climate change.


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