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Biologist Craig Allen has a special vantage for studying the effects of climate change in the Southwest.For one thing, he’s been perched in the Jemez Mountains for 20 years, doing what has evolved into long-term, place-based ecological research.“By being based in this place, by hook or crook, we’ve been able to conduct research on long-term phenomena,” he said this morning in an interview.He has watched certain trees grow for 18 years, has vegetation transits he monitors and erosion transects that have divulged decades-long data sets that are otherwise hard to find.Associated for most of that time with the U.S.
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