How do you keep cool when it is warm and warm when it is cold?
Dr. Andreas Nord gives his docent lecture in biology.
Animals and man make excellent use of a suite of ingenious behaviours and morphological and physiological adaptations to stay warm when it is cold and cool when it is warm. In this lecture, I outline how this works, but also when it does not. The latter is an increasingly common consequence of climate change, so understanding the limits to temperature tolerance of animals is more important now than ever.