Original paper

Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants

Volume: 12, Issue: 1
Published: Jun 11, 2021
Abstract
Rapid climate warming is altering Arctic and alpine tundra ecosystem structure and function, including shifts in plant phenology. While the advancement of green up and flowering are well-documented, it remains unclear whether all phenophases, particularly those later in the season, will shift in unison or respond divergently to warming. Here, we present the largest synthesis to our knowledge of experimental warming effects on tundra plant...
Paper Details
Title
Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants
Published Date
Jun 11, 2021
Volume
12
Issue
1
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