Climate Change Upped Earth’s Vegetation, Study Finds

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: June 5, 2003   View Article

For most of the world’s plant life, the effect of the pace of climate change over the past two decades has been productive, according to an analysis of climate and satellite data collected between 1982 and 1999.

The research, reported in the June 6 issue of Science, addresses the question of how global vegetation has responded to changes in precipitation, temperature, and cloud cover patterns. Such climate factors determine how vegetation grows.

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