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Natural IQ Climate Change



Vol. 1 No. 1 SRS-183 (Eng) (Span)

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Welcome to the Natural IQ- a sister publication of Natural Inquirer. Natural IQ is a regional publication. This edition focuses on climate change research in the Southern United States.

In one article, you will learn whether the 13 Southern States have held or released more carbon into the atmosphere over the last 100 years. In another article, you will think about what will happen to streams when different species of trees are planted close to them. Another article will help you discover whether scientists are predicting more or fewer wildfires in the South's future. You will learn how southern rural areas are likely to be affected by the changing climate. Finally, you will discover what scientists are learning about where nonnative plant and animal species are likely to live in the future. As you read these articles, you will discover how climate change is affecting the South's land, wildlife, air, water, and wildland fires.

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