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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 ...
Remote Sensing of the Canadian Arctic: Modelling Biophysical Variables
It is anticipated that Arctic vegetation will respond in a variety of ways to altered temperature and precipitation patterns expected with climate change, including changes in phenology, productivity, biomass, cover and ...
The effects of observed and experimental climate change and permafrost disturbance on tundra vegetation in the western Canadian High Arctic
The response of vegetation to climate change and permafrost disturbance was studied at the Cape Bounty Arctic Watershed Observatory (CBAWO) on Melville Island, Nunavut. Climate change is expected to alter the terrestrial ...