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Long-term Research Reveals How Climate Change Is Playing Out in Real Ecosystems


December 1, 2012

News thumbnail Around the world, the effects of global climate change are increasingly evident and difficult to ignore. However, evaluations of the local effects of climate change are often confounded by natural and human-induced factors that overshadow the effects of changes in climate on ecosystems. Now, a group of scientists writing in the journal BioScience report a number of surprising results that may shed more light on the complex nature of climate change. Full Story

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University of New Mexico, Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network

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