Warming world sends plants uphill
steve468 | June 30, 2008 at 08:19 amby
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Climate change has resulted in many plant species moving an average of 29 metres uphill every decade. Climate change has caused plants to seek cooler conditions at higher altitudes. Smaller species such as ferns, which have shorter reproduction cycles, were the quickest to relocate.
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