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Tree die-off triggered by hotter temperatures
Date:2/11/2013

g how and where the trees get their water was key to unraveling cause and effect in this study.

"Since there is a very strong upward trend in Colorado summer temperatures, they could link tree death to climate change," said Chris Field, director of the Carnegie department. This study is a milestone in linking plant-level physiology measurements with large-scale climate to predict vulnerability to climate change in these forests.

Interestingly, this type of climate-change hot summer drought actually occurred again in 2012, which could indicate more tree die-offs are in the pipeline for the near future.


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Contact: Leander Anderegg
leanderegg@gmail.com
Carnegie Institution
Source:Eurekalert

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