Climate warming threatens the persistence of a community of disturbance-adapted native annual plants

Paul Reed, Scott Bridgham, Laurel Pfeifer-Meister, Megan Peterson, Bart Johnson, Bitty Roy, Graham Bailes, Aaron Nelson, William Morris & Daniel Doak
With ongoing climate change, populations are expected to exhibit shifts in demographic performance that will alter where a species can persist. This presents unique challenges for managing plant populations and may require ongoing interventions, including in-situ management or introduction into new locations. However, few studies have examined how climate change may affect plant demographic performance for a suite of species, or how effective management actions could be in mitigating climate change effects. Over the course...
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