Thursday, June 11, 2009

Ok, so maybe the science isn't settled

June 11: Global warming increasing the dispersal of flora in Northern forests
As a result of stronger winds caused by global warming, seeds and pollen are being carried over longer distances. An increase in temperature of only a couple of degrees may increase the dispersal of plants in Northern forests and the spread of plant species into forest clearings after felling or forest fires.
June 10: AP's Borenstein Reports: Winds 'seems to be dying down...the cause may be global warming'
Associated Press science reporter Seth Borenstein reported on June 10, 2009 that global warming may be causing the winds to die down in the U.S.

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