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Seed Ya Later! Predicting the Movement of Trees in a Changing Climate
This article is from Issue Climate Change Investi-gator (Pacific Northwest Research Station) - Vol. 1 No. 2.
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Scientists use models to predict what might happen in the future. Some scientists would like to predict the movement of trees as they respond to a changing climate.
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