Climate Change Is Forcing Trees to Move Northwest - The Atlantic


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Climate change explains only 20 percent of the movement.
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10 weeks ago by thx1138
“This is not a modeling exercise, there are no predictions, this is empirical data”
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may 2017 by singlecelled
via Pocket - American Trees Are Moving West, and No One Knows Why - Added May 18, 2017 at 09:57AM Climate change only explains at least 20 percent of the movement. As the consequences of climate change strike across the United States, ecologists have a guiding principle about how they think plants will respond.
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may 2017 by peteyreplies
RT : No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by KateSherrill
RT : No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by xuhulk
Even the trees are moving west!
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may 2017 by jhelwig
thought you’d be interested in this
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may 2017 by jeremy6d
RT : No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by briantrice
Climate change only explains at least 20 percent of the movement. As the consequences of climate change strike across the United States, ecologists have a guiding principle about how they think plants will respond.
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may 2017 by ndifford
Climate change only explains at least 20 percent of the movement. As the consequences of climate change strike across the United States, ecologists have a guiding principle about how they think plants will respond.
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may 2017 by brokenrhino
RT : No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by kohlmannj
In other news, the trees are fleeing Washington right as the feral hogs move in.
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may 2017 by coreycaitlin
No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by taurean
No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by TracyWMeyer
No really everything is fine said the trees as they inched away from us w terrified looks on their big wooden faces
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may 2017 by dalcrose
Conifers are moving north, while deciduous trees move west— threatening to tear apart US eastern forests
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may 2017 by jenlowe