A University of Nevada, Reno plant ecologist recently published a paper on shrinking plants.
"Plants are shrinking in the Great Basin of Nevada, and warming climate could be the culprit, according to a paper published in the renowned science journal Global Change Biology based on research conducted by University of Nevada, Reno plant ecologist Beth Leger."
Check out the full article from Nevada Today, here: http://www.unr.edu/nevada-today/news/2013/leger-plant-history-article
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