Environmental drivers of subalpine and alpine fen vegetation in the Southern Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA View Full Text


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DATE

2017-05-22

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Betsy L. Harbert, David J. Cooper

ABSTRACT

Fens are widely distributed wetlands worldwide and provide vital habitat for plant and animal species in mountainous regions. Alpine fens are rare in the Rocky Mountains and concentrated in the San Juan Mountains where broad regions at high elevation have relatively level topography and suitable climate to favor peat accumulation. Studies of montane and boreal peatlands have identified water chemistry as a main driver of vegetation composition. This study investigated whether similar drivers of vegetation composition are important for alpine and subalpine fens in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, USA. Water chemistry variables were most important in structuring subalpine and alpine fen vegetation. However, these variables explained considerably less variation in alpine than subalpine fen vegetation. In addition, lower variance of water chemistry in alpine fens did not lead to lower beta diversity of vegetation in alpine than in subalpine fens. Although alpine and subalpine fen vegetation supports similar beta diversity, key differences occur in the environmental drivers of their vegetation composition. More... »

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885-898

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