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Northern hemisphere sees in early spring due to global warming

arctic cotton grass
Arctic cotton grass grows on Greenland’s seashore. Sedge is almost four weeks ahead of its timetable 10 years ago. Photograph: Pearl Bucknall/Alamy

Spring is sprung 26 days earlier than a decade ago, causing problems for the natural cycle of plants and wildlife, Climate News Network reports

March 1, 2017 — Spring is arriving ever earlier in the northern hemisphere. One sedge species in Greenland is springing to growth 26 days earlier than it did a decade ago. And in the US, spring arrived 22 days early this year in Washington DC. Continue reading Northern hemisphere sees in early spring due to global warming