Zurich, Europe, University Of Wyatt discussed on This Week in Science
Climate scientists that swiss federal and state of technology and zurich and lead author of the new study even at at this regional scale over europe. We can see that these trends are much larger than we would expect from a natural variability. That's really really a signal from climate change says extreme hot days three times more of them than there was a nineteen fifty and and therefore point win four degrees fahrenheit or two point three celsius hotter days have warmed by three celsius five point point four degrees tonight on the averages. Those are on the averages the hottest days and coldest nights were even even more than their <hes> mean apertures so yeah. It's <hes> it's getting hot people and it yeah it is turning out. I'm getting confirmation information from the looks at my co hosts. Were giving me global. Warming is actually taking place everywhere in the world it is that it is around the world global warming the general term for panther climate change happening. Oh blair got the story. Yes it's actually related to climate changed some so glad that you brought that up <hes> migration animal migration <hes>. We've been studying it for a very long time. There's lots of question as to how the animals nowhere to go and when <hes> generally speaking there are two camps of thought one is that <hes> the animals use local hughes within their respective to determine where to migrate and the second is that they develop a memory of landscape where they live and then use that information to guide them so either <hes> the good foods over there. Let's go that way or that's grandma told me to go. So <hes> <hes> university of wyatt owning has a new piece of research looking at mule deer and they found that mule deer navigate in spring and fall mostly by using their knowledge of past asked mike gration roots and seasonal ranges so in this case <hes> this means that landscape memory is strong within a population.