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Pacific Northwest Research Station Climate Change Edition


Vol. 2 No. 0 FS-000 (Eng) (Span)

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In this Investi-gator, you will find research that focuses on the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The scientists in this region have been studying how climate change may be affecting different animals, plants, and ecosystems. In this journal, you will read about four topics. In “Amphibious Assault” you will learn how frog and toad breeding patterns might respond to climate change. The article “Seed Ya Later!” examines how plants may move in a changing climate. In “There’s Snow Place Like Home” you will learn how climate change may affect wolverines. Finally, in the article “Frozen Food,” you will learn how water from melting glaciers may provide food for animals living in nearby bays and rivers.

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