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A paleolimnological assessment of recent environmental changes in lakes of the western Canadian Arctic
The freshwater ecosystems in the western Canadian Arctic are threatened by multiple and interacting stressors, as high-latitude regions are undergoing rapid change resulting from climate warming and other human-related ...
Threats, Monitoring, and Policy to Present and Future Climate Change from Algonquin Park (Ontario, Canada) to the Adirondack Park (New York, United States)
Anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions have been steadily increasing since the Industrial Revolution. The release of greenhouse gases and the results in changes in global climate have made it a challenge for parks and ...
Integrating the effects of climate change and caribou herbivory on vegetation community structure in low Arctic tundra
Arctic tundra vegetation communities are rapidly responding to climate warming with increases in aboveground biomass, particularly in deciduous shrubs. This increased shrub density has the potential to dramatically alter ...