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Climate change impacts on the distribution and performance of plant species at Mount Rainier
Ongoing anthropogenic climate change has profound implications for species, communities and ecosystems around the world. Yet climate is only one of many important drivers in ecological systems, with topography, soils, disturbance, ontogeny, biotic interactions, land-use and many other factors also playing key roles. To produce ...
Testing the Limits: Understanding How Climate and Competition Affect Species' Ranges in a Warming World
What factors determine where species occur, known as their geographic range limits? This classic ecological question has fascinated scientists for centuries, and is even more relevant today, in the face of anthropogenic climate change. Unfortunately, despite decades of research, we still lack a full understanding of the ...