By F. Stuart, III Chapin,Robert L. Jefferies,James F. Reynolds,Gaius R. Shaver,Josef Svoboda,Ellen W. Chu
- Reviews the physiological ecology of arctic plants
- Explores biotic controls over group and ecosystems processes
- Provides physiological bases for predicting how the Arctic will reply to international weather change
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Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective (Physiological Ecology) by F. Stuart, III Chapin,Robert L. Jefferies,James F. Reynolds,Gaius R. Shaver,Josef Svoboda,Ellen W. Chu