Climate Change Impacts High-Elevation Plants

redOrbit: Climate change is causing flowers in high elevations to bloom nearly two weeks faster than they did decades ago, according to a recent study. Drummond’s rockcress and glacier lily are among a number of flowers that are blooming much earlier than they did in the past. According to the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London -- Biological Series study, that such changes are most likely to be the result of the Earth’s warmer temperatures. The lily’s bloom now appears 17 days earlier than it did......

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