New study predicts warmer Yellowstone if climate change isn’t slowed

Billings Gazette: The weather in Yellowstone National Park could feel more like that of Los Angeles in 60 years if climate change continues to accelerate, according to a new report released Tuesday. Under that "medium high" climate change scenario, the average summer temperature in the nation's first national park would rise by 9.7 degrees by 2070. Stephen Saunders of the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization, lead author of the report that was underwritten by the Bozeman-based Greater Yellowstone Coalition, said......

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