Rainforests may be more resilient than feared
11 March 2013
A study published in Nature Geoscience concludes that climate-induced damage to tropical forests may be lower than previously thought.
Owen Atkin and Patrick Meir are contributing authors from the ANU Research School of Biology. Owen was interviewed on the findings of the paper by ABC Online.
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- Tuna and rainforests gain from climate change, ABC Science
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