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Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 40 High-Arctic Ecosystem Dynamics in a Changing Climate

By: H Meltofte, T Christensen, B Elberling, M Forchhammer and M Rasch
563 pages, Col figs, tabs
Publisher: Academic Press
Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 40
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  • Advances in Ecological Research, Volume 40 ISBN: 9780123736659 Hardback May 2008 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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The book is based on data collected during the past ten years by Zackenberg Ecological Research Operations (ZERO) at Zackenberg Research Station in Northeast Greenland. This volume covers the function of Arctic ecosystems based on the most comprehensive long-term data set in the world from a well-defined Arctic ecosystem.

The editors offer a comprehensive and authoritative analysis of how climate variability is influencing an Arctic ecosystem and how the Arctic ecosystems have inherent feedback mechanisms interacting with climate variability or change. It provides the latest research on the functioning of Arctic ecosystems. It is a supplement current books on arctic climate impact assessment as a case study for ecological specialists. It discusses the complex perpetuating effects on Earth. It provides vital information on modelling ecosystem responses to understand future climates.

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By: H Meltofte, T Christensen, B Elberling, M Forchhammer and M Rasch
563 pages, Col figs, tabs
Publisher: Academic Press
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