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  • "The second, and far more interesting term I heard yesterday was found in the melting ice fields of the far north, a linguistic addition that owes its genesis to climate change: drunken forests. Apparently many pine and spruce forests in southern Alaska took root in permafrost, which is now melting, casting the still-living trees every which way."

    Posted by shamanic at The Newshoggers blog.

    September 13, 2007

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