Mountain forest study shows vulnerability to climate change

Phys.Org: CU-Boulder assistant professor Noah Molotch deploying an automated snow depth sensor and solar panel in Sequoia National Park in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California. Molotch and colleagues have found that mid-level mountain ecosystems in the West where people live, camp, hike, fish and mountain bike are the most sensitive to climate change. Credit: Image courtesy Noah Molotch, University of Colorado A new University of Colorado Boulder-led study that ties forest "greenness" in the western......

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