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Brett Smith for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online The forests that skirt high peaks have always been dependent on the accumulation of winter snowfalls that subsequently melt and provide valuable moisture down the steep mountain slopes. A team of scientists, led by University of Colorado-Boulder scientists Ernesto Trujillo and Noah Molotch, has investigated how the trends of rising temperatures and declining water availability have influenced these mountain forests over the past...
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