Global Change and Tropical Conservation Lab

School of Biological Sciences
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Hong Kong

Our research examines the consequences of global change for conservation and for ecological and evolutionary processes.

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Recent work has explored (1) climate change and urbanization impacts on biodiversity, (2) climate change implications of the relationship between climatic variability (temperature and precipitation changes) and adaptation, and (3) patterns of tropical biodiversity and conservation. Butterflies have served as our focal study species, but interests extend across a variety of species and systems.

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Timothy C. Bonebrake
School of Biological Sciences
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
tbone@hku.hk