Interactions between local and global drivers determine long-term trends in boreal forest understory vegetation

Per-Ola Hedwall, Jaime Uria-Diez, Jörg Brunet, Lena Gustafsson, Anna-Lena Axelsson & Joachim Strengbom
Aim: Global change effects on forest ecosystems are increasingly claimed to be context dependent, indicated by interactions between global and local environmental drivers. Most examples of such context dependencies originate from temperate systems, while limited research comes from the boreal biome. Here we set out to test if interactions between climate warming, nitrogen deposition, land-use change resulting in increasing forest density and soil pH drive long-term changes of understory vegetation in boreal forests. Location: Sweden...
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