Sep 23 2009

Why Fall Colors Are Different in U.S. and Europe

Published by Editor at 8:28 am under University in the Media

September 22, 2009  Live Science, InTech (ISA), Global Warming Effects

On new research by Prof. Simcha Lev-Yadun of the University of Haifa and Jarmo Holopainen of the University of Kuopio in Finland:

A team of researchers has a new idea as to why the autumnal colors differ between the continents, one that involved taking a step back 35 million years in time.

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