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Climate change: How wildfires are causing tree species to relocate

Some wildfires are encouraging tree species to shift their range. Image: UNSPLASH/Joanne Francis

Rob Jordan

Writer, Stanford University

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Wildfires are accelerating the process of tree species shifting their ranges. Image: Statista

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