Researchers use 36 years of bike race footage to illustrate Belgium's changing climate

Researchers from Belgium turned to archived television footage and watched as, over the years, trees began to bloom earlier in response to a warming climate in the region. That timing can have a trickle-down effect that affects other plants and species.

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