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ITN Source (Wed 14 Mar, 2012)
USA: A new study, using high-resolution satellite images collected over 25 years finds spring comes early in the city
Staff quoted: Andrew Elmore
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When Dr Andrew Elmore strolls through a forest, he takes more than a passing interest in his surroundings. As a scientist, he looks for signs of an early spring and here, in the Oregon Ridge State Forest near Baltimore, Maryland, he says he's found them.