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Record #140595:

Some vegetation indications of climate warming as detected on the forest-tundra border in the continental Canadian Arctic / Tetsuo Sweda.

Title: Some vegetation indications of climate warming as detected on the forest-tundra border in the continental Canadian Arctic / Tetsuo Sweda.
Author(s): Sweda, Tetsuo.
Date: 1996.
In: National Institute of Polar Research. Memoirs. Special Issue. (1996.), Vol. 51 (1996)
Abstract: Reports results of pilot forest survey on Arctic/alpine timberline in northernmost continental Canada showing increase in forest biomass in past 150 years. Discusses implications of these findings, in particular that if such trends have occurred throughout Arctic may account for considerable part of "missing sink of carbon dioxide".
Notes:

National Institute of Polar Research. Memoirs. Special Issue. Vol. 51 :83-89 (1996).

Keywords: 58 -- Botany.
551.583 -- Climatic changes.
551.588 -- Climate, effect of man and environment.
546.264-31 -- Carbon dioxide.
G -- Botany.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 140595

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