Climate change effects on red spruce decline mitigated by reduction in air pollution within its shrinking habitat range

@inproceedings{Koo2014ClimateCE,
  title={Climate change effects on red spruce decline mitigated by reduction in air pollution within its shrinking habitat range},
  author={Kyung Ah Koo and Bernard C. Patten and Robert O. Teskey and Irena F. Creed},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract We investigated the potential effects of projected climate change on red spruce ( Picea rubens Sarg.) growth in the Great Smoky Mountains of Southeastern USA. A model called Annual Radial Increment Model (ARIM) was used to capture ecosystem complexity manifested as direct and indirect effects in multifactorial within- and across-scale interactions. The model was run under different scenarios, including projected climate change under reduced, no change, and increased atmospheric… CONTINUE READING

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