Recent climate-related terrestrial biodiversity research in Canada's Arctic national parks: Review, summary, and management implications

McLennan, D. S.;Bell, T.;Berteaux, D.;Chen, W.;Copland, L.;Fraser, R.;Gallant, D.;Gauthier, G.;Hik, D.;Krebs, C. J.;Myers-Smith, I. H.;Olthof, I.;Reid, D.;Sladen, W.;Tarnocai, C.;Vincent, W. F.;Zhang, Y.


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McLennan, D. S.;Bell, T.;Berteaux, D.;Chen, W.;Copland, L.;Fraser, R.;Gallant, D.;Gauthier, G.;Hik, D.;Krebs, C. J.;Myers-Smith, I. H.;Olthof, I.;Reid, D.;Sladen, W.;Tarnocai, C.;Vincent, W. F.;Zhang, Y. (2012). Recent climate-related terrestrial biodiversity research in Canada's Arctic national parks: Review, summary, and management implications. Biodiversity. https://doi.org/10.1080/14888386.2012.720818

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