Responses of boreal vegetation to recent climate change

@inproceedings{Barichivich2014ResponsesOB,
  title={Responses of boreal vegetation to recent climate change},
  author={Jonathan Barichivich},
  year={2014}
}
The high northern latitudes have warmed faster than anywhere else in the globe during the past few decades. Boreal ecosystems are responding to this rapid climatic change in complex ways and some times contrary to expectations, with large implications for the global climate system. This thesis investigates how boreal vegetation has responded to recent climate change, particularly to the lengthening of the growing season and changes in drought severity with warming. The links between the… CONTINUE READING

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