UMM professors team on key climate study on aspen trees
The rising level of atmospheric carbon dioxide may be fueling more than climate change. It could also be making some trees grow like crazy.
That is the finding of a new study of natural stands of quaking aspen, one of North America's most important and widespread deciduous trees.
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