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Climate Change Creates Uncertainty for Indiana's Aquatic Animals, Plants
September 05, 2018
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana, Sept. 5 -- Purdue University issued the following news release:

Warming temperatures and changes to Indiana's precipitation patterns will challenge some of the plants and animals that depend on the state's water for their survival, according to a new report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment team assembled and managed by Purdue University.

The report, "Aquatic Ecosystems in a Shifting Indiana Climate," will be released . . .

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