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"To date, fisheries literature has suggested three approaches to this problem: the use of regionally specific climate projections that can be coupled directly to knowledge of the physiological limits of the species; the use of empirical relationships relating local climate (weather) to measurements of species or stock dynamics (e.g., abundance, size, growth rate, fecundity) and comparison of population success temporally (e.g., from a period of climatically variable years) or spatially (e.g., locales representing the extremes of variation in weather conditions such as latitudinal clines); and the use of current distributional data and known or inferred thermal preferences to shift ecological residency zones into geographic positions that reflect probable future climate regimes."
"It is interesting to see that in these earlier periods, Indo-European languages were spoken within a certain latitudinal band, where certain ecological conditions prevailed."
"The Cossacks and the Pilgrims must have shared some obscure latitudinal gene, some common trait that goes all the way back to the Indo-Europeans."