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Assisting ‘warm-adapted’ native cottonwoods to migrate to cooler sites to beat rising temperatures – a bridge too far?

Coping with the trend towards a warmer and drier climate in the western US can be a struggle for native vegetation. One solution tested in a study published recently by Kevin Grady and his team in the journal Restoration Ecology is to give plants a helping hand to migrate to cooler areas - by physically moving them there.


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