Because of global warming, the early seasons has moved nearly a week.
A study coordinated by the Technical University of Munich has shown that spring in Europe starts at 6 8 days earlier there 30 years. To perform this study is the largest of the world today on the subject, the scientists observed 550 species of wild and cultivated plants in 17 European countries. The researchers' goal was to correlate the temperature with the appearance of flowers, fruits and color changes of the leaves.
Although they did not expect such a shift, the scientists have shed light on a new consequence of global warming.