A 30 year longitudinal study of the earth's northern hemisphere has revealed that northern areas are looking greener and greener. The research conducted by the Journal of Nature Climate Change found that warmer climates affect the growth and of course the entire region.
Researchers wanted to see what the shift in the climate would do in the future. They found that 17 models revealed increased temperatures in the northern latitude.
"The amplified warming in the circumpolar area roughly above the Canada-USA border is reducing temperature seasonality over time because the colder seasons are warming more rapidly than the summer," stated Liang Xu, a Boston University doctoral student who worked on the study.