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2014-07-23

AUTHORS

Gerhard Wieser , Friedrich-Karl Holtmeier , William K. Smith

ABSTRACT

Over the last century the global mean surface temperature has increased by about 0.6 °C and was most pronounced at high elevation and high latitude. Because the elevations and latitudes of treelines are strongly correlated with the occurrence of heat deficiency, climate warming is expected to generate denser forests below the treeline, as well as treeline movement to greater elevations and poleward. Herein, conclusions are presented about the future of treeline movement following a review of mechanisms and limiting factors for tree growth, differences between tall trees and low stature vegetation (including seedlings), and seedling establishment and growth to forest tree stature. More... »

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221-263

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