Eighteen years of ecological monitoring reveals multiple lines of evidence for tundra vegetation change

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  • Isla H. Myers-Smith, Edinburgh University
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  • Meagan M. Grabowski, Yukon College
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  • Haydn J.D. Thomas, Edinburgh University
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  • Sandra Angers-Blondin, Edinburgh University
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  • Gergana N. Daskalova, Edinburgh University
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  • Anne D. Bjorkman, Edinburgh University
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  • Andrew M. Cunliffe, Edinburgh University
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  • Jakob J. Assmann
  • Joseph S. Boyle, Edinburgh University
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  • Edward McLeod, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Samuel McLeod, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Ricky Joe, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Paden Lennie, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Deon Arey, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Richard R. Gordon, Yukon Territorial Government
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  • Cameron D. Eckert, Yukon Territorial Government
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere01351
JournalEcological Monographs
Volume89
Issue2
ISSN0012-9615
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2019

    Research areas

  • climate change, community composition, greening, growth, permafrost, phenology, tundra, warming

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