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A new study of desert plants living on the slopes of Arizona's Santa Catalina Mountains has uncovered a startling fact: many trees and shrubs have moved a long way up-slope over the last 50 years. The shift could be caused by a warming trend in recent decades in the Arizona desert, or perhaps the 20-year drought.
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