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With climate change, minimum winter temperatures are projected to increase. These higher minimum temperatures stress the native forest species by moving conditions away from what they are adapted to handle. Failure to reach typical low winter temperatures can allow for non-native pests, pathogens, and plants to proliferate while stressing the native forest species by moving conditions away from what they are adapted to handle. More frequent freeze-thaw cycles can damage tree roots and can mobilize nutrients away from forests where they are needed.
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- 2020-11-10 11:59:50
- Emma Tait
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