This question is asking how climate change could affect the carrying capacity of you, so we'll start by defining the carrying capacity. That's basically the maximum number of individuals that a certain environment can support. So it's usually denoted with Kay. So let's start with our initial, uh, ST, I guess before climate change, where, uh, kay is the same for both these species, the green and the blue species. So we expect these populations to grow exponentially until they reach their can capacity. They may have different our max or growth rates, but but we expect them to reach kind of same, um, similar levels of population or number over time. Uh, and now let's, uh, look at the scenario in response to climate. So, um, in our scenario, climate changes is likely to have two effects. One is gonna be global warming or increased temperature and increased temperature increases evaporation and reduces the availability of water or for plants. So, um, the net effect of increased temperature is is less water availability. Um, and the other thing that could happen with climate change is, uh, basically less predictable or less regular weather patterns. So so changes in patterns that could also reduce the frequency of of water. So in response to climate change, species that are drought tolerant or able to survive longer times or with less water are going to be favored. So in our example, the drought tolerant species. So we called the blue species. Here's drop tolerance they're carrying capacity, or K may increase because additional resource is on, environments are open to them now that there's higher temperatures and and changes in weather patterns that allow them to survive better but decrease the, uh carrying capacity or survival ability of this other species. So so our revised growth curves might look something more like this, Um, with a with a greater proportion of these this blue species species a persisting in the drop taller. So, um, this could simply be due to a larger land area that that's fertile for them. But it could also be due to competition. So say, for example, of if this species species be is consuming all the phosphorus in the soil. Um, that the presence of this species be may actually be limiting the, uh carrying capacity or K of species A. But then, when we get on here, and suddenly species be can't survive very well because the increased temperature and changing weather patterns. Suddenly there's more phosphorus available in the soil for species. I. So there's a lot of factors, um, that climate change shuffles up, and it can result in changes in the equilibrium. So so some species may not be adopted to this new environment, but some species may benefit from new environment or benefit from reduced competition from these other species that are not surviving as well. So, looking through our options, we see that option D eyes in line with this This explanation that plant species that air drought resistant would be able to thrive in these higher temperatures, whereas other species would decline because they're unable to adapt to these chains. So again, the correct answer, that question.