Autumnal warming does not change root phenology in two contrasting vegetation types of subarctic tundra

Abstract

Root phenology is important in controlling carbon and nutrient fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems, yet, remains largely unexplored, especially in the Arctic. We compared below- and aboveground phenology and ending of the growing season in two contrasting vegetation types of subarctic tundra: heath and meadow, and their response to experimental warming in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11104-017-3343-5

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