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High-Latitude Responses of Diatom and Chironomid Assemblages to Regional Climate Changes and Other Environmental Stressors
High-latitude freshwater ecosystems are amongst the most vulnerable to climate change impacts. However, the response to warming is rarely straightforward and may be modulated by local or regional factors, producing variability ...
Seasonal Controls on Litter and Soil Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems and Potential Impacts of Climate Change
Climate change is leading to warmer temperatures and greater snowfall in Arctic regions. Microbial decomposition activities are strongly regulated by temperature, and therefore climate warming is projected to enhance decay ...
Remote Sensing of Vegetation Change Across a Latitudinal Gradient in the Canadian Arctic
Global air surface temperatures and precipitation have increased over the last several decades resulting in a trend of greening across the Circumpolar Arctic. The spatial variability of warming and the inherent effects on ...