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Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Ai Kurosawa | Leaves turn later, flowers bloom earlier due to global warming

A study by the Japan Meteorological Agency shows that foliage is appearing more than two weeks later than about 50 years ago, while spring flowers are blooming nearly 10 days earlier due to global warming, agency officials said Wednesday. Maple leaves now turn red an average 15.6 days later in the fall, while ginkgo leaves become yellow 10.7 days later, according to the agency's study based on data from 1953 through 2004.


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