A climate change will affect the Arctic biodiversity

The Futurist Magazine :
A collapse in the Arctic’s collared lemming population - a growing possibility due to climate change - will have ripple effects the world over . Longer summers will mean less time for the animals to breed. They’re a staple food for a variety of predator species, such as the snowy owl and the seagull-like skua among other animals, according to researcher Olivier Gilg. Rapid climatic and biota shifts playing out in the Arctic provide a window into how animal behaviors will shift as a result of climate change.