Transplant Experiment Gongga Mountain

  1. li zhang
  2. alex brummer
  3. kari klanderud
  4. brian s maitner
  5. Sean T. Michaletz
  6. Xiangyang Sun
  7. William Erazo Garcia
  8. Ragnhild Gya
  9. Rebecca Lehman
  10. Michelangelo Sergio Moerland
  11. Linda Hovde Nordås
  12. lorah b seltzer
  13. Christien Steyn
  14. Xiaoxiang Zhao

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Description: This project provide a framework for integrating individual, population, community, and ecosystem responses to climate and climate change, and to understand the plant functional traits underlying responses both in terms of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. The results have implications for habitat management and nature conservation strategies under a changing climate.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


In order to understand, and predict, the effects of climate change on the temporal and spatial scales relevant to the needs of society, we need approaches that enable us to scale up from individual species to ecosystem to be able to understand what effects of future climate change will be on the alpine plant community in the mountains. This project develops integrate observational and experimental...


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    Contains data related to trait plasticity manuscript entitled "Intraspecific trait variation and phenotypic plasticity mediate alpine plant species re...

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