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ScienceDaily (Nov. 2, 2012) — Some high mountain meadows in the Pacific Northwest are declining rapidly due to climate change, a study suggests, as reduced snowpacks, longer growing seasons and other factors allow trees to invade these unique ecosystems that once were carpeted with grasses, shrubs and wildflowers. (via Mountain meadows dwindling in Pacific Northwest, U.S. due to climate change, study suggests)

ScienceDaily (Nov. 2, 2012) — Some high mountain meadows in the Pacific Northwest are declining rapidly due to climate change, a study suggests, as reduced snowpacks, longer growing seasons and other factors allow trees to invade these unique ecosystems that once were carpeted with grasses, shrubs and wildflowers. (via Mountain meadows dwindling in Pacific Northwest, U.S. due to climate change, study suggests)

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