Colorado State study finds link between climate change, reduced forest resilience
A new Colorado State University-led study unearthed unhappy news for the resilience of Rocky Mountain forests. The study examined nearly 1,500 sites in five states — Colorado, Wyoming, Washington, Idaho and Montana — and found a link between Earth's changing climate and significant decreases in post-fire tree regeneration, according to a Colorado State University press release. Regeneration is an important factor for forest health.
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