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Version name: NY modis DUR for indicators
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The length of the growing season varies from year to year based on spring and fall temperatures. Increases in the length of growing season can benefit some species by providing extra time for growth and reproduction, but can cause harm to others by increasing heat, water, and metabolic stress1. Ideally, a healthy forest would have a growing season that remains relatively consistent.
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- NY modis DUR for indicators
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- 2019-12-09 15:06:33
- Emma Tait
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