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A new report shows how climate change will affect Oregon.  Phillip Mote, Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute, says we'll have fewer rainy summers. As temperatures rise, it'll affect the crops that can be grown in Oregon. It’ll also affect the types of animals and insects that can live in the state. Warmer temperatures might mean a lower snowpack, which could result in summer water shortages.

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