Climate Change’s Impacts On Invasive Plants In Western U.S. May Create Restoration Opportunities

A new study by researchers at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs has found that global climate change may lead to the retreat of some invasive plant species in the western United States, which could create unprecedented ecological restoration opportunities across millions of acres throughout America.

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