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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 ...