Forest reveals climate change’s surprising damage to moose, maple syrup

Poughkeepsie Journal: Higher sea levels. More intense storms. Drought. These are the most common impacts associated with climate change. But what about pond algae? Or diseased moose? Or less maple syrup? In the December edition of the scientific journal BioScience, scientists detail how climate change has been affecting — and could further change — a forest ecosystem in New Hampshire. The study seeks to go beyond the most obvious impacts to understand how climate change is playing out at a unique location in......

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