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Phenology, growth and physiological responses to photoperiod and elevated [CO2] of boreal white birch (Betula papyrifera Marsh): implications to climate change-induced northward migration
With the increase in average global temperature due to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration ([CO2]), rapid shifts of climate envelopes are expected to lead to norward migration for boreal tree species. As a ...
Effects of water availability, longer photoperiod, and elevated [CO2] on the potential of the northward migration in trembling aspen (populus tremuloides michx.)
Based on climate envelope models, boreal tree species may migrate to higher latitudes (approximately 10˚N toward the north) in response to rapid climate changes by the end of this century. Multiple factors will likely ...
Effects of nitrogen supply on the physiological and morphological responses to elevated [CO2] in yellow birch (Betula alleghaniensis Britt.)
Ongoing climate changes can substantially impact soil nitrogen availability through its effects on other environmental conditions such as temperature, precipitation, and the frequency and intensity of extreme whether ...