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Genetic variation and adaptation of white birch populations across Canada
Trees adapt to local climates, however growing concern surrounding climate change has generated predictions suggesting mass extinction or redistribution of taxa across the landscape. A lack of redistribution will result ...
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 ...