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Biodiversity loss and climate extremes — study the feedbacks

An infrared photo of dead spruce trees standing and felled at Eifel National Park on June 2, 2022 in Schleiden, Germany.

Dead spruce trees in Schleiden, Germany, as seen at infrared wavelengths. Credit: Bernd Lauter/Getty

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Nature 612, 30-32 (2022)



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