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Bruce Melton : Welcome to Climate Change in Texas

Tree Kill in Central Texas, drought of 2011. Photo by Bruce Melton / The Rag Blog.Drought and wildfires:Welcome to climate change in Texas By Bruce Melton / The Rag Blog / December 29, 2011 Environmental researcher and climate change activist … finish reading Bruce Melton : Welcome to Climate Change in Texas

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Bruce Melton : Climate Change Texas: The Worst-Case Scenario is Happening

Austin, Texas, Late Summer 2011: This is not autumn in Central Texas. These are cedar trees (juniperus Asheii). The fall leaf drop does not begin here until about mid-October and extends through the first of the year. These cedar trees … finish reading Bruce Melton : Climate Change Texas: The Worst-Case Scenario is Happening

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Bruce Melton : What Can Be Done About Climate Change in Texas?

What a mess. Even without the fires, our natural environment has been devastated by these droughts. This scene was taken in late August just around the corner from my house in southwest Austin. Fortunately I have only lost a handful … finish reading Bruce Melton : What Can Be Done About Climate Change in Texas?

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Welcome to Climate Change Texas: Part ThreeBruce Melton PE[Caption: What a mess. Even without the fires, our natural environment has been devastated by these droughts. This scene was taken in late August just around the corner from my house in … finish reading 

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Bruce Melton : Has Texas Crossed a Climate Threshold?

Downtown Austin seen from near the intersection of Loop 360 and US 290/71 West. This photo was taken in early September 2011. The brownish yellow- and red-leaved trees in the left and bottom right foreground are elms. They naturally shed … finish reading Bruce Melton : Has Texas Crossed a Climate Threshold?

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