Koala

Climate change is expected to lead to an increased rate of koala population reduction over the next 20-30 years, and the impacts of other threats will magnify over this period.

Climate change is likely to have severe consequences for the koala.

Climate change is expected to lead to an increased rate of population reduction over the next 20-30 years, and the impacts of other threats will magnify over this period.


Image | ©️ Nathan Rupert, Some Rights Reserved, (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Sources | (Adams-Hosking, Grantham, Rhodes, McAlpine, Moss, 2011; Adams-Hosking, McAlpine, Rhodes, Grantham, & Moss, 2012; Adams-Hosking, Moss, Rhodes, Grantham, & McAlpine, 2011; Gordon, Hrdina, & Patterson, 2006; McAlpine, et al., 2012; Melzer, Carrick, Menkhorst, Lunney, & John, 2000; The Senate Environment and Communications References Committee, 2011; Threatened Species Scientific Committee, 2012; Woinarski & Burbidge, 2020)

 

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