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A blog about the natural history of Wisconsin's North Woods, occasionally wandering into the territory of peer-reviewed ecology research.
When I go for a walk in the woods here today – through a forest of white pine, hemlock, and birch, dotted with lakes and lush bogs – it’s hard to imagine that climate change will bring drastic alteration to … Continue reading →... Read more »
Samuel Veloz, John W. Williams, David Lorenz, Michael Notaro, Steve Vavrus, & Daniel J. Vimont. (2012) Identifying climatic analogues for Wisconsin under 21st-century climate-change scenarios. Climatic Change, 112(3-4), 1037-1058. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-011-0261-z
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