Trees Aren’t Adapting to Climate Change as Predicted

Tree Hugger: Numerous studies have shown the crucial role Earth's forests play in storing carbon and mitigating the effects of global warming , but according to the latest research, forests may be less capable of coping with climate change as previously thought. As temperatures rise, regions of favorable growing conditions shift towards the poles, experts expected plant species would migrate to survive, though it turns out not to be the case. Drake University professor James S. Clark, a leading expert on how......

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