Evidence for long‐term shift in plant community composition under decadal experimental warming

@inproceedings{Shi2015EvidenceFL,
  title={Evidence for long‐term shift in plant community composition under decadal experimental warming},
  author={Zheng Shi and Rebecca A. Sherry and Xia Xu and Oleksandra Hararuk and Lara Souza and Lifen Jiang and Jiangyang Xia and Junyi Liang and Yuting Luo},
  year={2015}
}
Long‐term, slow ecological processes such as changes in plant community structure and composition strongly regulate ecosystem responses to climate change. Shifts in plant community are expected in chronically altered environments under warming. However, experimental evidence for long‐term shifts and the associated mechanisms is still scarce in temperate grasslands. Here, we explore the long‐term responses of a prairie plant community to 14‐year (2000–2013) manipulations of climate warming and… CONTINUE READING
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