Warming increased bark beetle-induced tree mortality by 30% during an extreme drought in California.
Robbins, Z.J.; Xu, C.; Aukema, B.H.; Buotte, P.C.; Chitra-Tarak, R.; Fettig, C.J.; Goulden, M.L.; Goodsman, D.W.; Hall, A.D.; Koven, C.D.; Kueppers, L.M.; Madakumbura, G.D.; Mortenson, L.A.; Powell, J.A.; Scheller, R.M.
Année : 2021
Numéro de catalogue : 40657
Disponible au : Centre de foresterie du Nord
Disponibilité : PDF (demande par courriel)
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