Forest reveals climate change's surprising damage to moose, maple syrup November 29, 2012 New Hampshire

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Forest reveals climate change's surprising damage to moose, maple syrup November 29, 2012 New Hampshire, Press & Sun-Bulletin
... In the December edition of the scientific journal BioScience, scientists detail how climate change has been affecting — and could further change — a forest ecosystem in New Hampshire.... A biology professor from Vassar College has projected that the less snow cover could mean more disease for local moose. Since moose like tromping through high snow — and deer don’t — the moose in Hubbard Brook have been less susceptible to a deer-borne parasite.  The brain-worm parasite is spread in the deer’s feces...


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