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Douglas-fir and Geoducks Make Strange Bedfellows in Studying Climate Change


July 29, 2009

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Scientists are comparing annual growth rings of the Pacific Northwest's largest bivalve and its most iconic tree for clues to how living organisms may have responded to changes in climate. By including two species in the analysis, the researchers have substantially increased its reliability. Full Story

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