Where in the World Is Carbon Dioxide? The Potential Impact of Rising Levels of Carbon Dioxide on U.S. Forests

The cover of "Where in the World Is Carbon Dioxide" featuring an illustration of a boy and his puppy in front of a mountain, next to an illustration of a man and his dog in front of the changed landscape

Most scientists think that evidence from different studies shows that our global climate is changing in many ways, such as getting warmer, more rain falling in shorter amounts of time, and more drought. The scientists in this study used mathematical formulas to study what kind of impact these changes in the Earth’s climate might have on vegetation.


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Facts to the Future - Vol. 5 No. 1

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