Grassland communities in the USA and expected trends associated with climate change

@inproceedings{Belesky2016GrasslandCI,
  title={Grassland communities in the USA and expected trends associated with climate change},
  author={David P. Belesky and Dariusz P. Malinowski},
  year={2016}
}
Grasslands, including managed grazinglands, represent one of the largest ecosystems on the planet. Managed grazinglands in particular tend to occupy marginal climatic and edaphic resource zones, thus exacerbating responses in net primary productivity relative to changes in system resources, including anthropogenic factors. Climate dynamism, as evident from the fossil record, appears to be a putative feature of our planet. Recent global trends in temperature and precipitation patterns seem to… CONTINUE READING

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