Topography and age mediate the growth responses of Smith fir to climate warming in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau.

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The Tibetan Plateau holds some of the world's highest undisturbed natural treelines and timberlines. Such extreme environments constitute potentially valuable monitoring sites of the effects of climate warming on high-elevation forests. Here, we analyze a network of 21 Smith fir forests situated in the Sygera Mountains, southeastern Tibetan Plateau, using… (More)

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@article{Liu2016TopographyAA, title={Topography and age mediate the growth responses of Smith fir to climate warming in the southeastern Tibetan Plateau.}, author={B. Liu and Y Wang and H. Zhu and Eryuan Liang and J Julio Camarero}, journal={International journal of biometeorology}, year={2016}, volume={60 10}, pages={1577-1587} }