The effects of sunlight and slope on the lichen community of the Sweeney Granite Mountains reserve

Kha Cung, , & Samantha Spiegel
Lichen communities are essential to their ecosystems as they provide a means of nitrogen fixation, suitable growing conditions, and resources to other organisms across diverse environments. Their community structure can be impacted by changes in abiotic factors such as temperature, pollution, precipitation, and sunlight. It is widely assumed that lichen prefer to grow on the northern faces of their substrates because it is believed they experience less desiccation and UV radiation from sunlight exposure. This...
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