Climate change effects on hydroecology of arctic freshwater ecosystems.

@article{Prowse2006ClimateCE,
  title={Climate change effects on hydroecology of arctic freshwater ecosystems.},
  author={Terry D. Prowse and Frederick John Wrona and James D. Reist and John J. Gibson and John E. Hobbie and Lucie M J L{\'e}vesque and Warwick F Vincent},
  journal={Ambio},
  year={2006},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={347-58}
}
In general, the arctic freshwater-terrestrial system will warm more rapidly than the global average, particularly during the autumn and winter season. The decline or loss of many cryospheric components and a shift from a nival to an increasingly pluvial system will produce numerous physical effects on freshwater ecosystems. Of particular note will be reductions in the dominance of the spring freshet and changes in the intensity of river-ice breakup. Increased evaporation/evapotranspiration due… CONTINUE READING
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