Can’t Live Without ‘Em: Mexican Wolves
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ScienceDaily (Oct. 21, 2011) — Global warming is real, according to a major study released Oct. 20. Despite issues raised by climate change skeptics, the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature study finds reliable evidence of a rise in the average world land temperature of approximately 1°C since the mid-1950s.
Chopping Down Trees to Save Forests
By SEAN PATRICK FARRELLhttp://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/04/chopping-down-trees-to-save-forests/
Sean Patrick Farrell/The New York TimesJim Pitts, a Forest Service specialist, surveyed the devastation wrought by the Wallow Fire in eastern Arizona this year. Nearly a half-million acres burned.
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Forest structure, services and biodiversity may be lost even as form remains
One study outlines services and functions that are disappearing in mountain ash forests in Australia, and a commentary in the journal pointed out that many of the same issues . . . → Read More: Forest structure and biodiversity lost in forests
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