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Trees to grow as glaciers retreat

New research indicates glacial treelines were up to 600 meters higher 13,000 years ago than they are today. As temperatures dropped, the treeline gradually lowered and glaciers formed.

As warming continues, and glaciers continue to melt, the treeline may begin to move further up, with trees growing on the site of current glaciers in the next 100 years.

Read more at Mid Sweden University

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