California’s coastal redwoods can absorb nutrients and moisture from the thick fog that rolls in from the Pacific. And fog patterns give us clues about how the iconic trees might respond to a changing climate.
New York is often seen as a proving ground for traits like perseverance and determination — "If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere," as the song goes. It turns out the same thing is true for the city's trees.
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