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Spruce trees have arrived in the Arctic a century earlier than expected. Here's why

Young white spruce trees are growing in the Arctic tundra over a century earlier than expected. Image: Unsplash/Joel Cross

Clarisa Diaz
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Map showing locations in the Arctic tundra where new Spruce trees were observed.
Young white spruce trees are expanding north into new areas. Image: Quartz
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