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Scientists mine NDSU botanist's treasure trove of climate records

Published 05/14/2012, Forum Communications

Between 1907 and 1961, professor and botanist O.A. Stevens for what eventually became North Dakota State University traveled the state, documenting everything he could find and compiling diligent records on how plants responded to differences in temperature and weather. Now, as scientists study how global climate change affects plant life, his century-old notes have turned into a treasure trove of data.

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