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Do Climate Change Models Underestimate Extinctions?

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'We have really sophisticated meteorological models for predicting climate change,' says ecologist Mark Urban, the study's lead author. 'But in real life, animals move around, they compete, they parasitize each other, and they eat each other. The majority of our predictions don't include these important interactions.'

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