Arctic

Warmer temperatures promote shrub radial growth but not cover in the central Canadian Arctic

Buchkowski, R. W.;Morris, D. W.;Halliday, W. D.;et al.


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Buchkowski, R. W.;Morris, D. W.;Halliday, W. D.;et al. (2020). Warmer temperatures promote shrub radial growth but not cover in the central Canadian Arctic. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. https://doi.org/10.1080/15230430.2020.1824558

William Halliday

William Halliday

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