Data from: Five years of phenology observations from a mixed-grass prairie exposed to warming and elevated CO2

Melissa Reyes-Fox, Heidi Steltzer, Dan R. LeCain & Gregory S. McMaster
Atmospheric CO2 concentrations have been steadily increasing since the Industrial Era and contribute to concurrent increases in global temperatures. Many observational studies suggest climate warming alone contributes to a longer growing season. To determine the relative effect of warming on plant phenology, we investigated the individual and joint effects of warming and CO2 enrichment on a mixed-grass prairie plant community by following the development of six common grassland species and recording four major life history...
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