Scientists urge policymakers plant trees save Britain rivers from climate change

ScienceDaily: New research has prompted scientists to call on policymakers to plant more trees alongside upland rivers and streams, in an effort to save their habitats from the future harm of climate change. Published in the international journal Global Change Biology, experts from Cardiff University describe having discovered a previously unknown benefit of trees to the resilience of river ecosystems. Britain's 242,334 miles of running waters are among the most sensitive of all habitats to climate change,......

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