Rainforest trees may have been dying faster since the 1980s because of climate change

Source: Science Daily

Tropical trees in Australia’s rainforests have been dying at double the previous rate since the 1980s, seemingly because of climate impacts, according to the findings of a long-term international study. This research has found the death rates of tropical trees have doubled in the last 35 years, as global warming increases the drying power of the atmosphere.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/05/220518113837.htm