Global warming may have severe consequences for rare HaleakalA silversword plants

Jan 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Science Daily

While the iconic HaleakalA silversword plant made a strong recovery from early 20th-century threats, it has now entered a period of substantial climate-related decline.

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mahelylove15

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but what about it try to tell me more
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More science hoax.

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More science hoax.
From the SAME nutcase who also wrote all science is science fiction.
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Wallop10 wrote:
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From the SAME nutcase who also wrote all science is science fiction.
Oh yes you are. More hoax science form the hoax science commander. And your a peanut case.

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mahelylove15 wrote:
but what about it try to tell me more
This is the key paragraph

"The silversword example foreshadows trouble for diversity in other biological hotspots," said Dr. Paul Krushelnycky, a biologist with the University of Hawai&#699;i at M&#257;noa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, and principal investigator for the project, "and it also illustrates how even well-protected and relatively abundant species may succumb to climate-induced stresses."
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There’s that word again” MAY". So they really really don't know. Again thanks for your support.

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PHD wrote:
There’s that word again” MAY". So they really really don't know. Again thanks for your support.
Is this troll 6 years old or what?
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I'M this troll 6 years old.
More like a 2 year old.

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Wallop10 wrote:
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This is the key paragraph
"The silversword example foreshadows trouble for diversity in other biological hotspots," said Dr. Paul Krushelnycky, a biologist with the University of Hawaii at Mnoa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, and principal investigator for the project, "and it also illustrates how even well-protected and relatively abundant species may succumb to climate-induced stresses."
There that was garbled up some.

In other words, this may foreshadow problems with other plant species.

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