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  • Experimental warming advances phenology of groundlayer plants at the boreal-temperate forest ecotone
  • Consistent leaf respiratory response to experimental warming of three North American deciduous trees: a comparison across seasons, years, habitats and sites
  • Effects of soil warming history on the performances of congeneric temperate and boreal herbaceous plant species and their associations with soil biota
  • Warming alters energetic structure and function but not resilience of soil food webs
  • Boreal and temperate trees show strong acclimation of respiration to warming
  • Is it getting hot in here? Adjustment of hydraulic parameters in six boreal and temperate tree species after 5years of warming
  • Acclimation of photosynthetic temperature optima of temperate and boreal tree species in response to experimental forest warming
  • Design and performance of combined infrared canopy and belowground warming in the B4WarmED (Boreal Forest Warming at an Ecotone in Danger) experiment
  • Geographic range predicts photosynthetic and growth response to warming in co-occurring tree species
  • Biogeographic variation in evergreen conifer needle longevity and impacts on boreal forest carbon cycle projections
  • Biogeographic variation in evergreen conifer needle longevity and impacts on boreal forest carbon cycle projections (vol 111, pg 13703, 2014)
  • Nematode community shifts in response to experimental warming and canopy conditions are associated with plant community changes in the temperate-boreal forest ecotone
  • Detecting wind disturbance severity and canopy heterogeneity in boreal forest by coupling high-spatial resolution satellite imagery and field data
  • Wind-throw mortality in the southern boreal forest: effects of species, diameter and stand age
  • Even modest climate change may lead to major transitions in boreal forests
  • Oxygen priming induced by elevated CO2 reduces carbon accumulation and methane emissions in coastal wetlands
  • Warming accelerates belowground litter turnover in salt marshes – insights from a Tea Bag Index assay
  • Considering coasts: Adapting terrestrial models to characterize coastal wetland ecosystems
  • Tree growth, transpiration, and water-use efficiency between shoreline and upland red maple (Acer rubrum) trees in a coastal forest
  • Asynchronous nitrogen supply and demand produce nonlinear plant allocation responses to warming and elevated CO 2
  • Author Correction: Oxygen priming induced by elevated CO2 reduces carbon accumulation and methane emissions in coastal wetlands
  • Design and Assessment of a Novel Approach for Ecosystem Warming Experiments in High‐Energy Tidal Wetlands

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