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Willow trees are notorious pests. But for freshwater animals, they could be unlikely climate heroes

By Paul McInerney, Research scientist, CSIRO
Tanya Doody, Principle Research Scientist, CSIRO, CSIRO
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For temperature-sensitive animals, the dense, leafy canopy of willow trees may make them the lesser of two evils in a warming climate.

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