Trees On Tundra’s Border Are Growing Faster in a Hotter Climate

ScienceDaily (Nov. 10, 2011) – Evergreen trees at the edge of Alaska’s tundra are growing faster, suggesting that at least some forests may be adapting to a rapidly warming climate, says a new study.

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Trees On Tundra’s Border Are Growing Faster in a Hotter Climate

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