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The trees are losing leaves due to climate change – Sprout Wired

Every year, in a process known as sensation, the leaves of deciduous trees turn yellow, orange and red because they stop growing and before they fall from

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Every year, in a process known as sensation, the leaves of deciduous trees turn yellow, orange and red because they stop growing and before they fall from the tree before winter, the plant’s nutrients are absorbed. Leaf sensing also marks the end of the period during which plants absorb carbon dioxide through light modification.
Global warming results in longer growing seasons – spring leaves appear on European trees about two weeks earlier than 100 years ago, the researchers said.
“Previous models…

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