Wetlands Face More Invaders With Climate Change

Nature World: Invasive species are becoming more and more of a problem, especially as climate change warms parts of the Northern Hemisphere, making regions more habitable for invaders. This is particularly true for wetlands, a new study finds, where changing temperatures are tipping the scales in favor of nonnative plant species. The study, published in the journal Ecological Applications, details how factors like changing surface-water temperature, rainfall patterns, and river flow is contributing to the rise......

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