Climate and Agriculture in the Southeast

An early look at the 2017 growing season

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you can’t help but have noticed the unusually warm spring we are experiencing in the Southeast so far this year (and even then, the rock would probably be getting warm!).  Observations from the National Phenology Network indicate that we are running 3-4 weeks…
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The Alps could lose 70 percent of their snow cover by 2100

Travel and Leisure magazine published an interesting article this week on some research recently published by Swiss scientists in the European Geosciences Union (EGU) journal The Cryosphere.  In the article, the scientists show that the best case scenario, where nations around the world follow the Paris climate agreements to limit greenhouse warming…
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