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Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
Ecology letters 11 (10), 1065-1071, 2008
21852008
Plant traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide.
WK Cornwell, JHC Cornelissen, K Amatangalo, E Dorrepaal, VT Eviner, ...
2185*2008
Plant community responses to experimental warming across the tundra biome
MD Walker, CH Wahren, RD Hollister, GHR Henry, LE Ahlquist, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (5), 1342-1346, 2006
15232006
Global assessment of experimental climate warming on tundra vegetation: heterogeneity over space and time
SC Elmendorf, GHR Henry, RD Hollister, RG Björk, AD Bjorkman, ...
Ecology Letters 15 (2), 164-175, 2012
10562012
Plot-scale evidence of tundra vegetation change and links to recent summer warming
SC Elmendorf, GHR Henry, RD Hollister, RG Björk, N Boulanger-Lapointe, ...
Nature Climate Change 2 (6), 453-457, 2012
9592012
Herbivores and nutrients control grassland plant diversity via light limitation
ET Borer, EW Seabloom, DS Gruner, WS Harpole, H Hillebrand, EM Lind, ...
Nature 508 (7497), 517, 2014
8362014
Experimental warming causes large and rapid species loss, dampened by simulated grazing, on the Tibetan Plateau
JA Klein, J Harte, XQ Zhao
Ecology Letters 7 (12), 1170-1179, 2004
6692004
Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species richness
PB Adler, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, H Hillebrand, Y Hautier, A Hector, ...
science 333 (6050), 1750-1753, 2011
6502011
Plant functional trait change across a warming tundra biome
AD Bjorkman, IH Myers-Smith, SC Elmendorf, S Normand, N Rüger, ...
Nature, 1, 2018
6102018
Global negative vegetation feedback to climate warming responses of leaf litter decomposition rates in cold biomes
JHC Cornelissen, PM Van Bodegom, R Aerts, TV Callaghan, ...
Ecology letters 10 (7), 619-627, 2007
5082007
Grassland productivity limited by multiple nutrients
PA Fay, SM Prober, WS Harpole, JMH Knops, JD Bakker, ET Borer, ...
Nature Plants 1, 15080, 2015
4932015
Eutrophication weakens stabilizing effects of diversity in natural grasslands
Y Hautier, EW Seabloom, ET Borer, PB Adler, WS Harpole, H Hillebrand, ...
Nature 508 (7497), 521, 2014
4752014
Experimental warming, not grazing, decreases rangeland quality on the Tibetan Plateau
JA Klein, J Harte, XQ Zhao
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 541-557, 2007
4572007
Experimental warming, not grazing, decreases rangeland quality on the Tibetan Plateau
JA Klein, J Harte, XQ Zhao
Ecological Applications 17 (2), 541-557, 2007
4572007
Plant functional traits mediate reproductive phenology and success in response to experimental warming and snow addition in Tibet
T Dorji, Ø Totland, SR Moe, KA Hopping, J Pan, JA Klein
Global change biology 19 (2), 459-472, 2013
2542013
Plant species’ origin predicts dominance and response to nutrient enrichment and herbivores in global grasslands
EW Seabloom, ET Borer, YM Buckley, EE Cleland, KF Davies, J Firn, ...
Nature Communications 6, 7710, 2015
1812015
Phenological response of tundra plants to background climate variation tested using the International Tundra Experiment
SF Oberbauer, SC Elmendorf, TG Troxler, RD Hollister, AV Rocha, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
1712013
Dynamic and complex microclimate responses to warming and grazing manipulations
JA Klein, J Harte, XQ Zhao
Global Change Biology 11 (9), 1440-1451, 2005
1682005
Dynamic and complex microclimate responses to warming and grazing manipulations
JA Klein, J Harte, XQ Zhao
Global Change Biology 11 (9), 1440-1451, 2005
1682005
Unexpected climate impacts on the Tibetan Plateau: Local and scientific knowledge in findings of delayed summer
JA Klein, KA Hopping, ET Yeh, Y Nyima, RB Boone, KA Galvin
Global Environmental Change 28, 141-152, 2014
1472014
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