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Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants

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Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants. / Collins, Courtney G.; Elmendorf, Sarah C.; Hollister, Robert D. et al.

I: Nature Communications, Bind 12, 3442, 06.2021.

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Collins, CG, Elmendorf, SC, Hollister, RD, Henry, GHR, Clark, K, Bjorkman, AD, Myers-Smith, IH, Prevéy, JS, Ashton, IW, Assmann, JJ, Alatalo, JM, Carbognani, M, Chisholm, C, Cooper, EJ, Forrester, C, Jónsdóttir, IS, Klanderud, K, Kopp, CW, Livensperger, C, Mauritz, M, May, JL, Molau, U, Oberbauer, SF, Ogburn, E, Panchen, ZA, Petraglia, A, Post, E, Rixen, C, Rodenhizer, H, Schuur, EAG, Semenchuk, P, Smith, JG, Steltzer, H, Totland, Ø, Walker, MD, Welker, JM & Suding, KN 2021, 'Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants', Nature Communications, bind 12, 3442. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-23841-2

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Collins, C. G., Elmendorf, S. C., Hollister, R. D., Henry, G. H. R., Clark, K., Bjorkman, A. D., Myers-Smith, I. H., Prevéy, J. S., Ashton, I. W., Assmann, J. J., Alatalo, J. M., Carbognani, M., Chisholm, C., Cooper, E. J., Forrester, C., Jónsdóttir, I. S., Klanderud, K., Kopp, C. W., Livensperger, C., ... Suding, K. N. (2021). Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants. Nature Communications, 12, [3442]. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-23841-2

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Collins CG, Elmendorf SC, Hollister RD, Henry GHR, Clark K, Bjorkman AD, Myers-Smith IH, Prevéy JS, Ashton IW, Assmann JJ, et al. 2021. Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants. Nature Communications. 12:Article 3442. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-23841-2

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Collins CG, Elmendorf SC, Hollister RD, Henry GHR, Clark K, Bjorkman AD et al. Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants. Nature Communications. 2021 jun.;12:3442. doi: 10.1038/s41467-021-23841-2

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Collins, Courtney G. ; Elmendorf, Sarah C. ; Hollister, Robert D. et al. / Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants. I: Nature Communications. 2021 ; Bind 12.

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title = "Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants",
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 phenology from the International Tundra Experiment. We examine the effect of warming on a suite of season-wide plant phenophases. Results challenge the expectation that all phenophases will advance in unison to warming. Instead, we find that experimental warming caused: (1) larger phenological shifts in reproductive versus vegetative phenophases and (2) advanced reproductive phenophases and green up but delayed leaf senescence which translated to a lengthening of the growing season by approximately 3%. Patterns were consistent across sites, plant species and over time. The advancement of reproductive seasons and lengthening of growing seasons may have significant consequences for trophic interactions and ecosystem function across the tundra.",
author = "Collins, {Courtney G.} and Elmendorf, {Sarah C.} and Hollister, {Robert D.} and Henry, {Greg H.R.} and Karin Clark and Bjorkman, {Anne D.} and Myers-Smith, {Isla H.} and Prev{\'e}y, {Janet S.} and Ashton, {Isabel W.} and Assmann, {Jakob J.} and Alatalo, {Juha M.} and Michele Carbognani and Chelsea Chisholm and Cooper, {Elisabeth J.} and Chiara Forrester and J{\'o}nsd{\'o}ttir, {Ingibj{\"o}rg Svala} and Kari Klanderud and Kopp, {Christopher W.} and Carolyn Livensperger and Marguerite Mauritz and May, {Jeremy L.} and Ulf Molau and Oberbauer, {Steven F.} and Emily Ogburn and Panchen, {Zoe A.} and Alessandro Petraglia and Eric Post and Christian Rixen and Heidi Rodenhizer and Schuur, {Edward A.G.} and Philipp Semenchuk and Smith, {Jane G.} and Heidi Steltzer and {\O}rjan Totland and Walker, {Marilyn D.} and Welker, {Jeffrey M.} and Suding, {Katharine N.}",
note = "Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2021, The Author(s). Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.",
year = "2021",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1038/s41467-021-23841-2",
language = "English",
volume = "12",
journal = "Nature Communications",
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RIS

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T1 - Experimental warming differentially affects vegetative and reproductive phenology of tundra plants

AU - Collins, Courtney G.

AU - Elmendorf, Sarah C.

AU - Hollister, Robert D.

AU - Henry, Greg H.R.

AU - Clark, Karin

AU - Bjorkman, Anne D.

AU - Myers-Smith, Isla H.

AU - Prevéy, Janet S.

AU - Ashton, Isabel W.

AU - Assmann, Jakob J.

AU - Alatalo, Juha M.

AU - Carbognani, Michele

AU - Chisholm, Chelsea

AU - Cooper, Elisabeth J.

AU - Forrester, Chiara

AU - Jónsdóttir, Ingibjörg Svala

AU - Klanderud, Kari

AU - Kopp, Christopher W.

AU - Livensperger, Carolyn

AU - Mauritz, Marguerite

AU - May, Jeremy L.

AU - Molau, Ulf

AU - Oberbauer, Steven F.

AU - Ogburn, Emily

AU - Panchen, Zoe A.

AU - Petraglia, Alessandro

AU - Post, Eric

AU - Rixen, Christian

AU - Rodenhizer, Heidi

AU - Schuur, Edward A.G.

AU - Semenchuk, Philipp

AU - Smith, Jane G.

AU - Steltzer, Heidi

AU - Totland, Ørjan

AU - Walker, Marilyn D.

AU - Welker, Jeffrey M.

AU - Suding, Katharine N.

N1 - Publisher Copyright: © 2021, The Author(s). Copyright: Copyright 2021 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

PY - 2021/6

Y1 - 2021/6

N2 - 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 phenology from the International Tundra Experiment. We examine the effect of warming on a suite of season-wide plant phenophases. Results challenge the expectation that all phenophases will advance in unison to warming. Instead, we find that experimental warming caused: (1) larger phenological shifts in reproductive versus vegetative phenophases and (2) advanced reproductive phenophases and green up but delayed leaf senescence which translated to a lengthening of the growing season by approximately 3%. Patterns were consistent across sites, plant species and over time. The advancement of reproductive seasons and lengthening of growing seasons may have significant consequences for trophic interactions and ecosystem function across the tundra.

AB - 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 phenology from the International Tundra Experiment. We examine the effect of warming on a suite of season-wide plant phenophases. Results challenge the expectation that all phenophases will advance in unison to warming. Instead, we find that experimental warming caused: (1) larger phenological shifts in reproductive versus vegetative phenophases and (2) advanced reproductive phenophases and green up but delayed leaf senescence which translated to a lengthening of the growing season by approximately 3%. Patterns were consistent across sites, plant species and over time. The advancement of reproductive seasons and lengthening of growing seasons may have significant consequences for trophic interactions and ecosystem function across the tundra.

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VL - 12

JO - Nature Communications

JF - Nature Communications

SN - 2041-1723

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