Research links global warming to tree fatalities

12/1/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

Increasing temperatures may be contributing to the death of trees around the world, according to some researchers. A report published in the journal Forest Ecology and Management documents 88 cases that link higher temperatures and lack of rain to the death of forest trees. However, the scientists note that there aren't enough details to know for certain that global warming is killing forests.

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