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Natural Inquirer Climate Change Articles

Below is a list we have compiled of all articles relating to climate change that have been published in Natural Inquirer journals. Please click on the title of the article to download a PDF file of the article.

It's a Small World- This article explores how oceans and climate can affect wildland fires thousands of miles away! You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

Moving on Up- This article explores the possible impact of climate change on forest habitat. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

The GLAS is Half Full- This article looks at how satellites help scientists understand the changes in tropical forests. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

Back to the Future- This article explores how scientists are using dead trees to predict future climates. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

Did They Make the Gradient? This article examines climate and stream temperatures now and into the future. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

There's Snow Place Like Home This article looks at the range of wolverines over time and how climate may influence their range. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural Inquirer.

It's a Gas! - This article explores the exchange of gases between the soil and atmosphere. You can find this article in the Tropical edition Natural Inquirer.

Beetles are Supercool! -This article examines the life cycle of a pine mountain beetle and how climate change would influence this life cycle. You can find this article in the Olympic Winter Games edition Natural Inquirer.

Balancing Act -This article explores the relationship between urban forests and the carbon cycle. You can find this article in the Urban Forest edition Natural Inquirer.

Where in the World is Carbon Dioxide? -This article explores how rising levels of carbon dioxide could impact United States forests. You can find this article in the Facts to the Future edition Natural Inquirer.

World's Forest Inquiry 3 -This article explores how much carbon is held by the world's forests. You can find this article in the World's Forests #1 edition Natural Inquirer.

FACELook! -This monograph examines the relationship between carbon, photosynthesis, and the roots of trees. You can find this article in the Facelook edition monograph.

Beam Me Down, Scotty -This article explores the importance of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and how scientists in Hawaii use satellites to measure it. You can find this article in the Hawaii Pacific Islands edition Natural Inquirer.

Everything but the Carbon Sink -This article examines how increasing nitrogen, ozone, and carbon dioxide levels affect the carbon cycle in the Southern United States. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural IQ.

Fire and Water -This article explores how scientists in the Southern United States use climate change models to predict future wildfires. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural IQ.

Flow Down -This article examines the relationship between forest management, climate change, and streamflow. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural IQ.

North of the Border -This article examines nonnative plant and animal species and how their naturalized ranges may be affected by climate change. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural IQ.

Wide Open Spaces -This article compares rural and urban communites in the United States and how climate change may impact each differently. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Natural IQ.

What Goes Around -This article looks at how long-term weather patterns affect Carolina Bay Wetlands. You can find this article in the Ecosystem Services edition Natural Inquirer.

Snowed In? -This article explores wintertime soil activity and how warmer conditions may influence that activity. You can find this article in the Investi-gator.

No Littering O-zone -This article examines how rising levels of ozone affect tree growth. You can find this article in the Investi-gator.

Amphibious Assault -This article explores how amphibians and their breeding patterns may respond to climate change. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Investi-gator.

Frozen Food -This article examines melting glaciers in Alaska and how animals in the surrounding rivers and bays use them. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Investi-gator.

Seed Ya Later -The article explores how scientists predict future tree movement using climate change models. You can find this article in the Climate Change edition Investi-gator.

Wild Ways -This article explores which species in the Coronado National Forest may be most affected by climate change and how scientists study them. You can find this article in the Animals and Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States edition Investi-gator.