Responses of four dominant dryland plant species to climate change in the Junggar Basin, north-west China

Jian Xiao, Anwar Eziz, Heng Zhang, Zhiheng Wang, Zhiyao Tang & Jinyun Fang
Aim Dryland ecosystems are exceedingly sensitive to climate change. Desertification induced by both climate changes and human activities seriously threatens the dryland vegetation. However, the impact of climate change on distributions of dryland plant species has not been well documented. Here, we studied the potential distributions of four representative dryland plant species (Haloxylon ammodendron, Anabasis aphylla, Calligonum mongolicum, and Populus euphratica) under current and future climate scenarios in a temperate desert region, aiming to improve...
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