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Researchers Warn of Effects From Hotter, Dryer Weather in Southwest U.S.
Monday - 12/20/2010, 1:14pm EST
Southwestern forests, they say, may experience all of these changes since they are particularly sensitive to warmer temperatures and increased dryness. They report mountain forests across the Southwest are already experiencing forest die-offs and rapid shifts in the types of trees that live there.
From watershed protection and timber supplies to recreation, the researchers warn that such changes in Southwest forest vegetation could have significant effects on a wide range of goods and services.