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Climate change is muting fall colors, but it's just the latest way that humans have altered US forests

By Marc Abrams, Professor of Forest Ecology and Physiology, Penn State
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Warm autumn weather has produced dull leaf colors across the eastern US this year, but climate change isn’t the only way that humans have altered trees’ fall displays.

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