Thursday, April 24, 2008
Global Warming Blamed For Moose Decline
Moose are dying. The culprit...global warming, of course, how could you think it would be anything else?
Scientists who study the environment here, though, say disappearing moose and other changes are tangible evidence of global warming, making the region a research incubator that could improve understanding of the effects of climate change.
"Temperatures are increasing … more in the center of North America than on the edges, so it turns out that we are sitting in a sort of hot spot," says Lucinda Johnson, at the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI) in Duluth.
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