New studies show climate change is ravaging forests

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New studies show climate change is ravaging forests

Global warming is already causing irreversible damage to forest ecosystems around the globe Adding to an ever-growing body of research that warns of impending global catastrophe due to climate change, two studies published back-to-back last week provide evidence that rising temperatures are affecting forests and vegetation across the globe, from Central Europe to the tropics. Worse still, these effects may be irreversible.  The first study, conducted by researchers at the University of Würzburg in Germany, found long-lasting effects of soaring temperatures on forests in Central Europe. The European drought of…

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