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Urban found that the risk of species loss is most acute for those continents that have unique climate ranges, with native species that can survive only in a limited range.
Yet those regions are the ones researchers have studied the least.
The body is composed mainly of a chitinous shell or carapace with a small abdominal flap.
They have five pairs of legs with the first pair equipped with pincers.
Alaska Native students make up nearly one-quarter of the student body in the state, but only five percent of teachers are Alaska Native.Nearly 60 percent of studies about the effects of climate change have centered on North America and Europe.But South America, Australia, and New Zealand are at greatest risk for species loss, says Urban.LEFT: A view down the Colville River near Ocean Point, where most of the dinosaur finds have been made.UAMN photo by Pat Druckenmiller | RIGHT: A sample of frozen bone researchers excavated fom the Liscomb Bed in the Prince Creek Formation in northern Alaska. So far nearly 6,000 individual bones have been cataloged from a group of mostly juvenile dinosaurs of U.