Browsing Saint Mary's Faculty Articles and Other Works by Subject "Taigas"

Browsing Saint Mary's Faculty Articles and Other Works by Subject "Taigas"

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  • Harper, Karen A., 1969-; Gray, Logan; Macdonald, S. Ellen; Lesieur, Daniel; DeFields, Danielle; Dodonov, Pavel; Franklin, Caroline M. A.; Haughian, Sean R.; López, Liliana Mascarúa; Heathcote, Alexandra; Jager, Krista; Yang, Renee; Angelidis, Christine; Braga, Andreza Lanza; Butler, Wendy; Coley, Sarah; Kornelsen, Jonathan M. E.; Murphy, Liam Kyte; Pelton, Julia; Recco, Everton Viotto; de Oliveira Xavier, Rafael; Wilson, Iain M. J. C.; Ribeiro, Milton C.; da Silva Matos, Dalva Maria; Bergeron, Yves (Wiley Periodicals LLC, 2023-05-11)
    Many studies have focused on vegetation across forest edges to study impacts of edges created by human activities on forest structure and composition, or patterns of vegetation at inherent natural edges. Our objective was ...

  • Rees, W. Gareth; Hofgaard, Annika; Boudreau, Stéphane; Cairns, David M.; Harper, Karen A., 1969-; Mamet, Steven; Mathisen, Ingrid; Swirad, Zuzanna; Tutubalina, Olga (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020-07)
    Recent climate warming and scenarios for further warming have led to expectations of rapid movement of ecological boundaries. Here we focus on the circumarctic forest–tundra ecotone (FTE), which represents an important ...

  • Brown, Carissa D.; Dufour-Tremblay, Geneviève; Jameson, Ryan G.; Mamet, Steven D.; Trant, Andrew J.; Walker, Xanthe J.; Boudreau, Stéphane; Harper, Karen A., 1969-; Henry, Gregory Hugh Ross, 1956-; Hermanutz, Luise; Hofgaard, Annika; Isaeva, Ludmila; Kershaw, G. Peter; Johnstone, Jill Frances (Oikos Editorial OfficeWiley, 2018-07-02)
    The fundamental niche of many species is shifting with climate change, especially in sub-arctic ecosystems with pronounced recent warming. Ongoing warming in sub-arctic regions should lessen environmental constraints on ...

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