Extreme weather is turning the Arctic brown and could contribute to climate change, study warns

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Extreme weather is turning the Arctic brown and could contribute to climate change, study warns

Arctic browning has reduced the ability of Arctic heathlands to absorb carbon dioxide by half

Extreme weather is killing off plants in the Arctic and causing the region to appear brown, a new study has claimed. The research also warns that the browning across the Arctic could contribute to climate...

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