Study: Warming could spread exotic grass in California

08/3/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Rising temperatures in California could fuel foreign grasses, according to university research. The study found that exotic grasses tend to flourish in areas with higher temperatures. This could threaten native grasses and increase the risk of wildfires, the researchers said.

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