Global Warming Could Lead To Growth Decline In Lower Elevation PNW Forests

Global warming in the next century could cause a significant increase in the productivity of high-elevation forests of the Pacific Northwest, a new study suggests. However, forests at lower elevations — which in recent years have accounted for more than 80 percent of the region’s timber harvest — could face a decline in growth.

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