Canada: Tree death toll from climate change likely underestimated

CBC: Climate change is likely killing more trees in the boreal forest than predicted, a new Canadian study suggests. Models that predict the impact of climate change typically assume that older forests are representative of all forests. But older forests are less vulnerable to the effects of climate change than younger forests that make up the vast majority of Canada's boreal forest ecosystems, suggests a study of Alberta and Saskatchewan forests by Yong Luo and Han Chen, forest ecologists at Lakehead......

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