Originally posted on FLORAFOCUS:
Research conducted on some of the World’s greatest forests shows that the die-off rate from some of the oldest trees , between 100-300 years , are a big concern. Climate-change is one of the biggest reasons for their decline. This is once again a dramatic sign of the problems mother nature is going through !. The team from Professor David Lindenmayer and the Australian National University done a lot of research on the oldest trees of the world in Yosemite National Park and the rain-forest . This infographic by Michael Paukner shows the location of trees wich are most at risk.
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