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Forest scientists say warmer weather is worsening the beetle epidemic

...temperatures as an explanation for the unstoppable rampage. "I am personally convinced," said Glenn Juday, a professor of forest ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Juday's study of past warming cycles, based in part on examination...

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Scientists trace global warming in Interior

...whole environment around here would be like if it all, generally, got hotter and drier." Behind Juday, a professor of forest ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, stood a small group of some of America's most distinguished scientific...

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Higher temperatures are causing growing season to become longer

...carry more moisture than cold air. Drying has been less kind to agriculture and forestry, said Glenn Juday, professor of forest ecology at UAF. "Warm air sucks more out of the plant," he said, "so the supply of moisture available to trees...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...include Gunter Weller, emeritus professor of geophysics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks; Glenn Juday, UAF professor of forest ecology; Heather McCarty of At Sea Processors; Roman Motyka, University of Alaska Southeast professor of geology...

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Global warming to take center stage at forum

...Authority and others. The conference speakers list includes Glenn Juday, a University of Alaska Fairbanks professor of forest ecology and expert on the impacts of global warming on boreal forests; Larry Merculieff, an Aleut leader and chair...

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Scientists: Ice melting faster than expected

...Crab and other bottom-dwellers who depend on ice overhead for part of the year are suffering. Glenn Juday, professor of forest ecology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, said tree growth has decreased at Interior Alaska sites that were promising...

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