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Report: Much of the habitat of Joshua trees in namesake NP likely to disappear by 2100

The iconic desert landscape could change before the end of the century. A new University of California, Riverside, study found the local Joshua Tree population will die if climate change concerns are not addressed.


On a recent trip to the Joshua Tree National Park, visitor’s trash, traces of fires and burn scars on rocks were all noticeable.


https://nbcpalmsprings.com/2019/07/31/ucr-biologists-warn-of-joshua-tree-national-parks-future/

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