Flowering time advances since the 1970s in a sagebrush steppe community: implications for management and restoration

Trevor Bloom, Donal O'Leary & Corinna Riginos
Climate change is widely known to affect plant phenology, but little is known about how these impacts manifest in the widespread sagebrush ecosystem of the Western US which supports a number of wildlife species of concern. Shifts in plant phenology can trigger consequences for the plants themselves as well as the communities of consumers that depend upon them. We assembled historical observations of first flowering dates for 51 species collected in the 1970 and 80s...
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