Decrease in fog threatens California’s s sequoias: study

Independent (UK): California's coastal fog has decreased significantly over the past 100 years, potentially endangering coast redwood trees dependent on cool, humid summers, according to a new study made public Monday. The study by University of California, Berkeley, scientists said it was unclear whether this phenomenon was part of a natural cycle or the result of human activity. But it warned the change could affect not only the redwoods, but the entire redwood ecosystem. "Since 1901, ......

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