Average annual temperatures in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem have risen two degrees since 1948 and winters are on average 10 days shorter, according to a Nov. 15 article by The New York Times. Climate change during coming decades stands to significantly change how this ecosystem functions, leading to more fire, more grassland, less forest, warmer streams and more invasive flora.
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