• Dave Harmon, PW editor

US NPs on way to devastating temperature increases, especially in Alaska: study

Climate projections under current warming trends across the globe point to significant changes across the National Park System, according to an analysis prepared by the researchers at Climate Central.

By the year 2100, some parks across the system could see average temperatures up to 11° Fahrenheit warmer than today, the organization said in a presentation released just before National Park Week arrived. Others could see much higher temperatures.

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