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Hudson River rise is here. How nature will (and won't) adapt

The Hudson River is expected to rise as much as four feet in the next 60 years as climate change continues to accelerate across the globe.

In Saratoga Springs, experts talk climate change impacts on invasive species
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In Saratoga Springs, experts talk climate change impacts on invasive species

Researchers are gathering in Saratoga Springs this week for a meeting of the North American Invasive Species Management Association. Researchers, academics, foresters and environmental agency employees from Maine to Utah to Canada and Europe participated and one of the hot topics this year was climate change and how it may speed the spread of some invasives.
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