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Biospheric Productivity (North America: High Latitude Regions)

Material in this section originates from the following category in our Subject Index:

Biospheric Productivity (North America: High Latitude Regions)
Greening of the Earth (North America: High Latitude Regions)
Productivity (Biosphere: North America, High Latitude Regions)


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


* -- Effects of Climate Change on Plant Growth in Alberta, Canada

* -- A 33-Year History of the Productivity of Arctic and Boreal Vegetation

* -- Terrestrial Ecosystems of Northern Canada in a State of Flux

* -- The Areal Expansion of Erect Shrubs and Trees in the Low Arctic

Confirmed Greening of the Arctic Tundra

* -- The Vegetative Status of the Circumpolar Arctic Tundra

The Greening at the Forest-Tundra Ecotone in Subarctic Quebec

Greening of the Arctic Tundra

The Greening of Canada's Herschel Island: A Fine Example of the Biological Awakening of the Circumpolar Arctic

Global Warming, Graminoid Grasses, and the Grazing Geese of Greenland

Not All Ecosystems Respond Dramatically to Rising Temperatures

The Response of Tundra Vegetation to High Arctic Warming

Has the Historical Rise in the Air's CO2 Content Stimulated Tree Growth Over the Past Century?

The Pan-Arctic Shrub Expansion

North American Boreal Productivity Trends: 1982-2003

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