Africa’s rainforests ‘more resilient’ to climate change

BBC: Tropical forests in Africa may be more resilient to future climate change than the Amazon and other regions, a gathering of scientists has said. An international conference agreed that the region's surviving tree species had endured a number of climatic catastrophes over the past 4,000 years. As a result, they are better suited to cope with future shifts in the climate. The event at the University of Oxford looked at the "fate of Africa's tropical forests in the 21st Century". Conference......

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