UF: Drought-induced changes in forest composition amplify effects of climate change on carbon storage

UF: Drought-induced changes in forest composition amplify effects of climate change on carbon storage

The face of American forests is changing, thanks to climate change-induced shifts in rainfall and temperature that are causing shifts in the abundance of numerous tree species, according to a new paper by University of Florida researchers.

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