Global assessment of experimental climate warming on tundra vegetation: heterogeneity over space and time
Sarah C Elmendorf, Gregory HR Henry, Robert D Hollister, Robert G Bjork, Anne D Bjorkman, Terry V Callaghan, Laura Siegwart Collier, Elisabeth J Cooper, Johannes HC Cornelissen, Thomas A Day, Anna Maria Fosaa, William A Gould, Jarngerdur Gretarsdottir, John Harte, Luise Hermanutz, David S Hik, Annika Hofgaard, Frith Jarrad, Ingibjorg Svala Jonsdottir, Frida Keuper Show all
Ecology Letters | WILEY | Published : 2012
Awarded by Natural Environment Research Council
We thank the Canadian IPY programme and the U.S. National Science foundation for funding this synthesis effort. Additional financial support for individual experiments was also provided by the Australian Research Council, Department of Sustainability and Environment, Parks Victoria, ArcticNet, Environment Canada, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Northern Scientific Training Program of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Polar Continental Shelf Program of Natural Resources Canada, Yukon Territorial Government, Natural Sciences Division of the Danish Council for Independent Research, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency, Academy of Finland, Icelandic Research Fund, Ministry of Environment of Japan' s Global Environmental Research Fund, Darwin Centre for Biogeosciences, Dutch Polar Program, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research, EU-ATANS, Norwegian Research Council, Norwegian Svalbard Society; Norwegian Polar Institute, European Commission (Framework 5), Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning, UK Natural Environment Research Council, National Geographic Society, and the U.S. Forest Service. We gratefully acknowledge the data-collection efforts of hundreds of field assistants and graduate students, as well as many others for helpful conversations about analysis and interpretation.