Study: Climate change could transform Colorado grasslands, alpine tundra

Coloradoan: Clues to climate change in Northern Colorado aren’t limited to dying stands of limber pine trees, bark beetle outbreaks and a trend of rising temperatures throughout the region. Scientists at the U.S. Forest Service’s Fort Collins-based Rocky Mountain Station say there has been precious little research conducted on how climate change is impacting the Great Plains and the Grasslands of Northern Colorado, but the evidence so far is dramatic. “Birds are migrating further north, some plant and......

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