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Climate Change Caused Widespread Tree Death in California Mountain Range, Study Confirms


August 11, 2008

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Warmer temperatures and longer dry spells have killed thousands of trees and shrubs in a Southern California mountain range, pushing the plants' habitat an average of 213 feet up the mountain over the past 30 years, a University of California, Irvine study has determined. Full Story

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