Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 24, 2021

Why climate change makes it difficult to track autumn colors

The Florida News Times reports

Aspen will showcase its fall foliage on Sunday, September 26, 2021 near Estes Park, Colorado. The recent foliage season is confused by weather conditions such as New England and New York. Arborists and ecologists say this trend is likely to continue as global warming. Credits: AP Photo / Brittany Peterson

Drought that causes the leaves to turn brown before reaching their peak color and die. A heat wave that encourages the leaves to fall before autumn comes. Extreme weather like a hurricane that completely strips the leaves of the trees.

Why climate change makes it difficult to track autumn colors – Florida News Times

 


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