Winners and losers: climate change will shift vegetation

Scientists working on super computer analysis of climate change impacts on temperature grasslands

Scientists working on super computer analysis of climate change impacts on temperature grasslands

Projected global warming will likely decrease the extent of temperate drylands by a third over the remainder of the 21st century coupled with an increase in dry deep soil conditions during agricultural growing season. These results have been presented in Nature Communications by an international collaboration led by the US Geological Survey and members from seven countries, including Scott Wilson at the Climate Impacts Research Centre (CIRC) at Umeå University.

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