Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome

@inproceedings{MyersSmith2015ClimateSO,
  title={Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome},
  author={Isla H. Myers-Smith and Sarah C. Elmendorf and Pieter S. A. Beck and Martin Hallinger and Daan Blok and Ken D Tape and Shelly A. Rayback and Marc Macias-Fauria and Bruce C. Forbes and James D M Speed and No{\'e}mie Boulanger-Lapointe and Christian Rixen and Esther L{\'e}vesque and Niels Martin Schmidt and Claudia Baittinger and Andrew J. Trant and Luise A. Hermanutz and Laura C. Siegwart Collier and Melissa A Dawes and Trevor C. Lantz and Stef Weijers and Rasmus Reinholt M\orch J\orgensen and Agata Buchwal and Allan Buras and Adam T. Naito and Virve Tuulia Ravolainen and Gabriela Schaepman-Strub and Julia A. Wheeler and Kevin C. Guay and David S. Hik and Mark Vellend},
  year={2015}
}
Isla H. Myers-Smith*, Sarah C. Elmendorf2,3, Pieter S. A. Beck4,5, MartinWilmking6, Martin Hallinger6,7, Daan Blok8, Ken D. Tape9, Shelly A. Rayback10, Marc Macias-Fauria11, Bruce C. Forbes12, James D. M. Speed13, Noémie Boulanger-Lapointe14,15, Christian Rixen16, Esther Lévesque14, Niels Martin Schmidt17, Claudia Baittinger18, Andrew J. Trant19,20, Luise Hermanutz20, Laura Siegwart Collier20, Melissa A. Dawes16, Trevor C. Lantz19, Stef Weijers21, Rasmus Halfdan Jørgensen22, Agata Buchwal23… CONTINUE READING
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