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Plant Seeds Are Stuck

By Liam Drew 11/05/23
Haldre Rogers’s entry into ecology came via the sort of man-made calamity that scientists euphemistically call an “accidental experiment.”
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As the climate changes, plants must shift their ranges. But can they?

By Liam Drew 10/26/23
Haldre Rogers’ entry into ecology came via the sort of manmade calamity that scientists euphemistically call an “accidental experiment.”
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Can we save the redwoods by helping them move?

By Moises Velasquez-Manoff 10/25/23
When Philip Stielstra retired from Boeing in 2012, he needed something purposeful to do. He and his wife, Gay, were casual golfers, but Stielstra, an antiwar activist in college who refused to fight in Vietnam…
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The Plants Seeking Refuge Across Our Dynamically Changing Planet

By Yue Wang and Others 10/17/23
Plants, like animals and people, seek refuge from climate change. And when they move, they take entire ecosystems with them. To understand why and how plants have trekked across landscapes throughout time, researchers at the…
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Non-Native Plants Increasingly Move North Due to Climate Change, Study Finds

By Cristen Hemingway Jaynes 10/06/23
Many plant and animal species that originate from warmer regions are able to acclimate to more northern climates as temperatures increase due to climate change.
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Tracking climate change and assisted migration for native plants

By Kasten Dumroese 04/16/15
With the current rate of climate change, many landscapes in the United States will have climates that are incompatible with current vegetation by the end of the century. One adaptation strategy at the nexus of…
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