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Climate Change Models in Tick Prognosis Report

An article in the Bangor Daily News about Lyme disease on the rise in Maine cited research using University of Maine Climate Change Institute models that indicates warming temperatures by 2050 could mean an end to the seasonal cold-weather killing of ticks in northern Maine, which would mean increasing tick populations statewide.

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