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Increased photosynthesis compensates for shorter growing season in subarctic tundra—8 years of snow accumulation manipulations

An article, "Increased photosynthesis compensates for shorter growing season in subarctic tundra—8 years of snow accumulation manipulations", by Julia Bosiö et al has been published in "Climatic Change". The study aims to analyze the effect of increased snow cover on plant photosynthesis in subarctic mires underlain by permafrost.

 

Article at Springer.com

 

 

 

 

 

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