Living on the edge - plants and global change in continental and maritime Antarctica

@inproceedings{Robinson2003LivingOT,
  title={Living on the edge - plants and global change in continental and maritime Antarctica},
  author={Sharon A. Robinson and Jane Wasley and Alyson K. Tobin},
  year={2003}
}
Antarctic terrestrial ecosystems experience some of the most extreme growth conditions on Earth and are characterized by extreme aridity and subzero temperatures. Antarctic vegetation is therefore at the physiological limits of survival and, as a consequence, even slight changes to growth conditions are likely to have a large impact, rendering Antarctic terrestrial communities sensitive to climate change. Climate change is predicted to affect the high-latitude regions first and most severely… CONTINUE READING

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