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Changing climate poses threat to Southwest desert ecosystems

Jun 27, 2008
Changing climate poses threat to Southwest desert ecosystems Climate changes will likely make arid desert ecosystems of the Southwest U.S. even drier and could adversely affect the native plants and animals that grow and live there. A transition to a more arid climate is already underway, according to an article in the June 2008 issue of Rangelands, published by the Society for Range Management. This change involves fewer frost days, warmer temperatures, more frequent extreme weather event...

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