Why Ice Storms Aren’t Cool | Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies | Music | Chronogram Magazine
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Why Ice Storms Aren’t Cool

When: Fri., Dec. 9, 7 p.m. 2016
Destructive and unpredictable, research suggests ice storms are on the rise in the northeastern U.S. due to climate change. These storms leave a legacy of impacts on forest ecosystems, altering everything from the composition of trees to water quality. Despite their role in sculpting forests, scientific understanding of ice storms has been limited because researchers can’t predict when and where they will occur next.


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