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Tree rings show human effect on climate goes back more than a century – The Globe and Mail

Tree rings can measure past climate because trees are sensitive to soil moisture. Scientists found over the past 120 years North America, Australia and the Mediterranean have been getting drier while parts of Asia, including India and western China, have been getting wetter

Source: Tree rings show human effect on climate goes back more than a century – The Globe and Mail

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