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Plant Ecology

Plant Ecology

An International Journal

Editor-in-Chief: W.E. Rogers; N.J. Enright

ISSN: 1385-0237 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-5052 (electronic version)

Journal no. 11258

Plant Ecology - Virtual Issues

We are very pleased to inform you that a new Virtual Issue of Plant Ecology is available: CLIMATE CHANGE. Our Virtual Issues are compiled in close collaboration with the Editor-in-Chief Neal J. Enright and focus on specific hot topics. They present key articles which have been published in the journal over the course of the last years.

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VIRTUAL ISSUE Number 2: CLIMATE CHANGE 

Introduction to the special virtual issue on climate change 

By N. J. Enright

Impacts of long-term snow climate change on a high-elevation cold desert shrubland, California, USA 

February 2013, Volume 214, Issue 2, pp 255-266

Michael E. Loik, Alden B. Griffith, Holly Alpert

Effects of experimental climate warming and associated soil drought on the competition between three highly invasive West European alien plant species and native counterparts 

February 2013, Volume 214, Issue 2, pp 243-254

M. Verlinden, A. Van Kerkhove, I. Nijs

Fine-resolution assessment of potential refugia for a dominant fir species (Abies mariesii) of subalpine coniferous forests after climate change 

April 2012, Volume 213, Issue 4, pp 603-612

Masaya Shimazaki, Ikutaro Tsuyama, Etsuko Nakazono, Katsuhiro Nakao, Masashi Konoshima, Nobuyuki Tanaka, Tohru Nakashizuka

Flowering phenology change and climate warming in southwestern Ohio 

January 2011, Volume 212, Issue 1, pp 55-61

Ryan W. McEwan, Robert J. Brecha, Donald R. Geiger, Grace P. John

Assessing the impact of land use and climate change on the evergreen broad-leaved species of Quercus acuta in Japan 

February 2011, Volume 212, Issue 2, pp 229-243

Katsuhiro Nakao, Tetsuya Matsui, Masahiro Horikawa, Ikutaro Tsuyama, Nobuyuki Tanaka

The interacting effects of temperature, ground disturbance, and herbivory on seedling establishment: implications for treeline advance with climate warming 

September 2010, Volume 210, Issue 1, pp 19-30

Anne Munier, Luise Hermanutz, John D. Jacobs, Keith Lewis

The Iberian Peninsula as a potential source for the plant species pool in Germany under projected climate change 

April 2010, Volume 207, Issue 2, pp 191-201

Jessica Bergmann, Sven Pompe, Ralf Ohlemüller, Martin Freiberg, Stefan Klotz, Ingolf Kühn

Small-scale plant species distribution in snowbeds and its sensitivity to climate change 

January 2009, Volume 200, Issue 1, pp 91-104

Christian Schöb, Peter M. Kammer, Philippe Choler, Heinz Veit

Effects of experimental warming and drought on biomass accumulation in a Mediterranean shrubland 

December 2009, Volume 205, Issue 2, pp 179-191

Patricia Prieto, Josep Peñuelas, Joan Llusià, Dolores Asensio, Marc Estiarte

Costs of reproduction in circumpolar Parnassia palustris L. in light of global warming 

November 2009, Volume 205, Issue 1, pp 1-11

Sylvi M. Sandvik, Wenche Eide

Short-term signals of climate change along an altitudinal gradient in the South Alps 

May 2009, Volume 202, Issue 1, pp 79-89

Brigitta Erschbamer, Thomas Kiebacher, Martin Mallaun, Peter Unterluggauer

Regeneration potential of Taxodium distichum swamps and climate change 

June 2009, Volume 202, Issue 2, pp 257-274

Beth A. Middleton

Response of Arnica dealbata to climate change, nitrogen deposition, and fire 

May 2009, Volume 202, Issue 1, pp 191-194

Matthew Hurteau, Malcolm North

Implications of climate warming on seedling emergence and mortality of African savanna woody plants 

September 2008, Volume 198, Issue 1, pp 61-71

Emmanuel N. Chidumayo

VIRTUAL ISSUE Number 1: FIRE ECOLOGY 

 

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