Most studies are focused on higher organizational levels and for very few species.
Climate change resulted in a phenological shift in flowering plants along with insect pollinators which creates a mismatch between the plant and its pollinator population.
Effects and responses There are multiple components of climate change and they are presumed to affect biodiversity on all levels – from organism to biome.
At the most basic level, climate change will be able to reduce the genetic range of populations due to rapid migration and directional selection.
Both aerosols and greenhouse gasses result in the altering of solar radiation and infrared radiation.
This, in turn, distorts the energy balance of the Earth, thus leading to excess heating or cooling of the planet.
Underwater species also face a huge risk due to climate change.
This is especially true for the species that are sensitive to warm temperatures.
This has resulted in the extinction of the plant as well as the pollinator.
For example, bees are disappearing and soon might become extinct if some steps are not taken.