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Tucked away in a dusty corner of Sequoias National Park, a group of biologists has spent years building a climate model that helps predict how the park’s glaciers will respond to climate change.
The model, which is now being run by the National Park Service, is designed to help scientists better understand how the sequoias ice sheets will respond if the park is forced to retreat.
The sequoia forest is home to more than 7,000 species of trees, plants and animals.
Its ecosystems include the California condor, which the park uses as a research platform for studying the impact of climate change on endangered species.
The models are a key component of the parks goal to create an ecosystem resilient to climate disruption.
But this is just the beginning of the sequosas climate resilience.
The park has a long history of dealing with climate change, and scientists hope to build a model that can predict how climate change will affect the park as the park continues to recover.
As scientists work to understand how climate changes will affect ecosystems in the future, they want to be able to predict how to prepare.
“The hope is that we can do a better job of preparing for climate change,” said Sarah Dallen, a professor at the University of Washington who works at the park.
The park is currently developing a plan for how it can adapt to climate impacts.
It’s a goal that is important for the park, which has a history of adapting to climate changes.
The Park Service has been developing a climate resilience plan since 2004.
The plan includes a plan to build an ice shelf that will protect the sequooias from sea level rise.
The new model uses a technique called a mixed modeling approach to predict changes in the park system.
It is designed with the understanding that climate change is unpredictable and difficult to predict accurately.
It also uses a computer model that simulates how climate affects trees, vegetation and soil.
The scientists who developed the climate model are trying to create a model to help researchers better understand the climate changes that are likely to occur in the next several decades.
They say that climate models are becoming increasingly accurate, and they are improving at a rate of about one a year.
The process that is being done is a collaborative effort among a number of researchers at the National Science Foundation, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, the University at Albany and the University College London, said Dan Friesen, who is the assistant director of the National Geographic Institute’s Center for Science in the Public Interest.
The researchers say that they are also working on an improved model that would help to better predict the effects of climate variability on the park and its ecosystems.
“Our hope is to be a leader in this field in the coming decades,” Dallent said.
The National Science Council is developing a new set of climate models to help the agency better understand climate change and its impacts on the country.
The new models will be used in the National Climate Assessment, which will be released in September.