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An investigation on the effect of climate change on forests of redwood, reveals that these trees have prospered as global temperatures rise, and also indexes could reverse carbon in the atmosphere.
The team Redwoods & Climate Change Initiative, a program conducted by the University of Berkeley, Humboldt State University and Save the Redwoods League, examined the rings of these trees on the north coast of California.
The researchers found that the redwoods were unprecedented growth in recent decades, and that its forests stored up to three times more carbon than other types of plants worldwide.
"Not only are trees that grow rapidly, but also store carbon in the wood, " said Emily Burns, Director of Science for Save the Redwoods League, told The Huffington Post.
The results indicate that the redwoods not only survive climate change, but could be a natural defense against rising carbon levels in the atmosphere.
For the study samples were taken over 70 trees and found that they had record growth in timber and its circumference in recent decades.
The research also found that the worst year for the redwoods was 1580. "That was the year in which Sir Francis Drake reported having ice in your sails while sailing along the coast of California, " said Burns to that medium.
Although the relationship between climate and growth rates are quite suggestive, the team warns that the cause is still not entirely clear, and that this increase could be due to the reduction of pollution or greater efforts against forest fires.
What is clear is that "the results reinforce our mission to protect the redwoods" and that its "ancient forests remain vibrant as a shelter for other plants and animals in the foreseeable future, " said Burns.
Biological and chemical control of plant and animal pests : a symposium presented by Section O on Agriculture at the Indianapolis meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, December 28-30, 1957.
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VERY URGENT HELP NEED~Hartford CT~WI
I'm a BIG softy, and of course end up wanting to save every animal we post (dont we all?) they all get a little bit of my heart but very very few have grabbed hold of my SOUL like this girl has! She is very VERY urgent! My hands are tied unless someone can step up and pull her for me. I will sponsor (fee is only $50)and arrange transport (I'm in Green Bay Wi.), all I need is someone to pull her and hold her long enough for arrangements to be made(a few days) This is really REALLY important to me!!! So PLEASE if ANY of you knows anyone in the area, or within driving distance PLEASE contact me asap about pulling this sweet beautiful angel!! Thank you all ahead of time for your efforts
It makes me so angry
A good number of shelters in NH pull dogs from southern states, same with MA and CT. What the hell are people thinking? The shelter closest to us pulls ALL of their dogs from TN and other southern states and many others too. Whats the point of spending a greater amount of time/money to bring dogs half way across the country when you could drive 2 hours from here and rescue dogs locally?
The City of Hartford Animal Shelter euthanizes dogs if they are not adopted within 10 days. Why not partner up with them or other shelters who euthanize animals simply because they cannot afford to house the animals? Its awful
Martin County Community Calendar, updated Aug. 22 — TCPalm
5:30 p.m. Soulville Center, 555 S. Colorado Ave., Stuart. $15-$45. Ages 14+. .. Jazzercise: 8:30 a.m. Jazzercise Palm City, 4484 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Age 18+. ... $10-$42. 772-285-5209; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martin County Community Calendar, updated Aug. 21 — TCPalm
Jazzercise: 8:30 a.m., 9:35 a.m. Jazzercise Palm City, 4484 S.W. Citrus Blvd., Palm City. Age 18+. $10-$42. 772-285-5209 .. Lagoon Fish Feeding Program: 11:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, 890 N.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart. $6-$12.
Historical Vignettes: Pioneer times, entertainment 1890s-1935 — TCPalm
Some grew vegetables, fruits or citrus, while others fished for a living from the many waterways, two of the first real 'industries' in the area. After the railroad was established in Potsdam in April 1894, a daily ..
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