Study: Rockies’ wildflower season 35 days longer from climate change

primack-thoreau1Los Angeles Times
Richard Primack, College of Arts & Sciences

The Rocky Mountain wildflower season has lengthened by over a month since the 1970s, according to a study published Monday that found climate change is altering the flowering patterns of more species than previously thought…

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“It is probably the most detailed, long-term data set on flowering times that exists in the United States and perhaps even the world.”

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