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- Stephen Handler, Carrie Pike, Brad St. Clair, Hannah Abbotts, and Maria Janowiak
- Evidence suggests that species have responded individually during historic periods of dramatic climate change through geographic migrations to and from unique glacial refugia [1, 2, 3]. Recent research has demonstrated that many tree species are already undergoing distribution shifts in response to climate change, with different studies highlighting species that are moving poleward and higher in elevation , or moving east-west to track changes in moisture availability .
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- USDA Forest Service Climate Change Resource Center
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