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Alaska's Changing Boreal Forest

The boreal forest is the northern-most woodland biome, whose natural history is rooted in the influence of low temperature and high-latitude. Alaska's boreal forest is now warming as rapidly as the rest of Earth, providing an unprecedented look at how this cold-adapted, fire-prone forest adjusts to change.

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Author: 
F. Stuart Chapin
Mark W. Oswood
Keith van Cleve
Leslie A. Viereck
David L. Verbyla
Number of pages: 
368
Format: 
Hardback
Number of illustrations: 
94
Dimensions: 

6-1/8 x 9-1/4

Price: 
85
Availability: 
in_stock
Publication Date: 
2004-12

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