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Plants boost extreme temperatures by 5°C

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(University of New South Wales) Heatwaves from Europe to China are likely to be more intense and result in maximum temperatures that are 3°C to 5°C warmer than previously estimated by the middle of the century — all because of the way plants on the ground respond to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

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