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Extinction (Migrating Plants)

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Extinction (Migrating Plants)


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- Two Decades of Orchid Range Dynamics in Western Europe

* -- The Ability of Rare Eucalypt Species to Cope with Global Warming

* -- Some Plants Are Just Too Stubborn to Respond to Local Warming

* -- Rock Outcrops Provide Biodiversity Refugia in Northern Patagonia

* -- U.S. Climate Change and Its 20th-Century Biological Consequences

* -- Plant Diversities on Sixty-Six Warming European Mountaintops

Fine- vs. Coarse-Scale (Envelope) Models of Climate-Induced Vegetation Change

Plant Responses to Significant and Rapid Global Warming

Palaeoecology Reveals Real-World Biotic Responses to Global Warming

Alpine Flora Dynamics in a Warming World

Warming-Induced Vegetative Change in the Swedish Scandes

Could Alpine Plants Survive Significant Global Warming?

Plant Responses to Recent Warming in the Southern Alps

Global Warming and Ecosystem Species Richness

Shifts in Plant Distributions in a Warming World

Upward-Migrating Plants in the Swiss Alps

Can Plants to Migrate Poleward Rapidly Enough to Avoid Extinction in the Face of "Unprecedented" Global Warming?

Regional Warming and Mountaintop Biodiversity

Global Warming Is Increasing Alpine Species Richness

Rising CO2 Concentrations Help Plants Adapt to Rising Temperatures

Vegetative Response to Rapid Climate Change in Southern Europe

Ecosystem Adaptation to Millennial-Scale Climate Change