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Description: How do the effects of human trampling disturbance interact with those of climate at species range limits? This work seeks to better understand the processes influencing alpine plant populations across elevational gradients in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and the Swiss Alps. Funding for this work is generously provided by: Zeno Karl Schindler Foundation; American Alpine Club; Environmental Studies Program at University of Colorado, Boulder; Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance; John Marr Ecology Fund; Hazel Schmoll Research Fellowship; Botanical Society of Switzerland.


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Local trampling disturbance effects on alpine plant populations and communities: negative implications for climate change vulnerability

Frequent and relatively high intensity human trampling disturbance negatively impacts alpine plant species and communities in southeast Switzerland. R...

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